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INDEX: Volume 89, Numbers 2142-2153 



Abram, Morris, Sept. 88 
Adams, Alvin P., Jr., May 78 
Afghanistan: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
Oct. 56 
Economy, Mar. 86 
Soviet occupation and withdrawal: 
Bush, Apr. 5; NAC, Feb. 46; 
Reagan, Mar. 89 
Geneva negotiations, Mar. 74 
Human rights issues, Mar. 85 
International concerns, Mar. 84 
Kabul regime and national recon- 
ciliation policy, Mar. 79 
Military situation, Mar. 76 
Political settlement: Baker, Nov. 
38; U.S. -Soviet joint state- 
ment, Nov. 7 
Regional context, Mar. 83 
Resistance activities, Mar. 76, 81 
Self-determination for Afghanis 
(Baker), Apr. 23, Aug. 60, 
Sept. 51 
Soviet decision to withdraw: Mar. 

73; Bush, Apr. 48 
UN General Assembly Resolution 

43/20 (Walters), Jan. 40 
U.S. policy, Mar. 89 
UN Afghanistan Emergency Fund, 
FY 90, U.S. funding, proposed 
(Vogelgesang), May 82 
UN involvement: 
Peacekeeping force (Reagan), Feb. 6 
Humanitarian aid, Mar. 87 
Africa (see also Refugees and names of 
individual countries): 
Agency for International Develop- 
ment (AID) programs (Perkins), 
Aug. 72 
Foreign Relations of the United 

States 1955-1957, Volume XVIII, 
Africa, released, July 80 
Organization of African Unity (OAU): 
Reagan, Jan 14; Traore, Jan 14, 
15 
Regional conflicts (U.S.-Soviet joint 

statement), Nov. 7 
Southern: 

Economic, social, political situation 

(Perkins), Aug. 70 
UN educational and humanitarian 
programs (Vogelgesang), May 
83 
U.S. policy and objectives 
(Perkins), Sept. 73 
Sub-Sahara: 

International Finance Corporation 
assistance (Brady), June 28 



Africa (Cont'd) 

U.S. aid, FY 90, request: Baker, 
Apr. 20; Rosenberg, July 39 
U.S. policy (Perkins), Aug. 69, 71 
African Development Bank (AFDB), 
U.S. funding, FY 90 request 
(Brady), June 29 
African Development Fund (AFDF), 
U.S. funding, FY 90 request 
(Brady), June 29 
Agriculture (see also Wheat): 
Agrarian Reform Support Program 
(ARSP), grant agreement with 
Philippines, Dec. 58 
Agricultural commodities, sales of, bi- 
lateral agreements: Bangladesh, 
Oct. 85; Costa Rica, Jan. 50, Feb. 
75; Cote d'lvoire, Oct. 85; 
Dominican Republic, Dec. 58; 
Egypt, Feb. 75, June 69, Oct. 85; 
El Salvador, Feb. 75; Ghana, 
Jan. 50, June 69; Guyana, Oct. 
86; Honduras, May 87, Oct. 85; 
Indonesia, Feb. 75; Jamaica, Jan. 
50, Dec. 58; Kenya, Feb. 75; 
Morocco, Feb. 75; Pakistan, Jan. 
50; Peru, Aug 90; Sri Lanka, 
Jan. 51, Aug. 90, Nov. 80; 
Sudan, Sept. 93, Oct. 86; Ugan- 
da, Apr. 63; Yemen Arab 
Republic, Jan. 51; Zaire, Jan. 51; 
Zambia, July 78 
Agricultural commodities and equip- 
ment, bilateral grant and loan 
agreement with Pakistan, Jan. 50 
Agricultural sector support program, 
bilateral agreement with Pakis- 
tan, Dec. 58 
European Community common policy: 
Jan. 25; Delors, Feb. 29; Lamb, 
Feb. 35; Schultz, Feb. 29 
GATT trade negotiation issues (Hills), 

June 31 
International office for epizootics, in- 
ternational agreement (1924): 
Malta, Mongolia, Dec. 57 
International plant protection conven- 
tion (1951), Oman, June 68 
International trade issues, Feb. 36 
Multilateral development banks 

project funding (Brady), June 25 
Raw agricultural products involved in 
commerce between Mexico and 
U.S., bilateral agreement with 
Mexico, Mar. 93 
Subsidies: Delors, Shultz, Feb. 29 
Trade issues (Hills), Nov. 54 
U.S. -Canada Free Trade Agreement, 
Oct. 2, 3 
Algeria, treaties, agreements, etc., Apr. 

62, May 86, June 68, Nov. 79 
Alvarez Del Castillo, Enrique, Oct. 79 



Aynerican Foreign Policy: Current 

Documents, 1987, released, Mar. 94 
American Foreign Policy: Foreign Af- 
fairs Press Briefings, 198^. Supple- 
ment, released, Feb. 77 
American ideals: Baker, Apr. 11; Bush, 

Apr. 1; Shultz, Jan. 1 
Angola, People's Republic of: 
Angola/Namibia Peace Accords: Crock- 
er, Feb. 10; Shultz, Feb. 11; 
White House, Feb. 10 
Protocol of Brazzaville, text, Feb. 

11 
Tripartite Agreement, text, Feb. 13 
Cuban troop withdrawal settlement: 
Baker, May 29; Department, Jan. 
16 
Termination of Cuban military mis- 
sion, bilateral agreement with 
Cuba, text, Feb. 13 
International Bank for Reconstruction 
and Development/International 
Monetary Fund, agreement, Dec. 
57 
Peace process, overview and U.S. 
policy (Clark), Dec. 31 
Chronology, 1974-1988 (Howland), 
Feb. 16 
Antarctica (see also Conservation): 
Antarctic Treaty (1959), Colombia, 

June 68 
Mineral resources activities, conven- 
tion (1988): Argentina, Chile, 
July 76; China, Sept. 93; U.K., 
July 76; U.S., Feb. 23 
Antigua and Barbuda, treaties, agree- 
ments, etc., Jan. 49, Feb. 73, 74, 
75, Mar. 91, 92, May 86, 87, June 
69, Nov. 79 
ANZUS (Australia, New Zealand, U.S.) 

security agreement, Apr. 37 
Arab-Israeli conflict (see also Israel and 
Middle East): 
Foreign Relations of the United 

States, 1955-1957, Volume XIV, 
Arab-Israeli dispute, 1955, 
released, Aug. 92 
Foreign Relations of the United 
States, 1955-1957, Volume XV, 
Arab-Israeli dispute, Jan. 1-July 
26, 1956, released, Aug. 93 
Occupied territories: 
Palestinian statehood: Baker, June 

13, 18 
West Bank elections: Baker, June 
12, July 26, Aug. 15, 59, Sept. 
8, 68, Dec. 20; Van den Broek, 
Sept. 52 
Peace process: Hussein, July 55; 

Kelly, Oct. 44, Nov. 61; Murphy, 
Feb. 57 



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Arab-Israeli conflict (Cont'd) 

Egyptian 10-point plan (Baker), 
Nov. 31, 35, 38, 42, Dec. 45 
Egypt's role (Walker), May 62 
European Community proposal 

(Baker), May 60 
Jordanian position: Baker, May 1, 

4; Walker, May 64 
Multinational Force and Observers 
(MFO), U.S. aid, FY 90, re- 
quest (Walker), May 64 
Palestine Liberation Organization: 

Reagan, Feb. 51 
Palestinian-Israeli negotiations: 
Baker, May 2, 4, 26, Nov. 35, 
38; Bush, May 7; Murphy, Feb. 
55; U.S. -Soviet joint state- 
ment, Nov. 7 
Soviet role: Baker, May 2, July 27, 

30, Nov. 35; Reagan, Feb. 5 
U.K. support (Baker), Aug. 44 
U.S./PLO dialogues: Baker, Aug. 

59, Sept. 9; Pelletreau, May 66 
U.S. initiative and objectives: 

Baker, Apr. 19, June 10, July 
24, 31, Dec. 27; Bush, May 4, 16 
Arbitration, recognition and enforce- 
ment of foreign arbitral awards, con- 
vention (1958): Algeria, May 86; An- 
tigua and Barbuda, Feb. 23, May 
86; Argentina, Nov. 79; Dominica, 
Jan. 49; Kenya, May 86; Lesotho, 
Aug. 88 
Arens, Moshe, May 63 
Argentina: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
Oct. 56 
Political situation (Shultz), Feb. 8 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 50, 
July, 76, 77, Aug. 89, Oct. 85, 
Nov. 79 
U.S. military aid: Baker, Aug. 42, 43; 
Kozak, June 64 
Armacost, Michael H., Feb. 54 
Armaments, U.S. (see also Defense and 
national security): 
Arms sales, proposed: 
Pakistan (Schaffer), Oct. 65 
Saudi Arabia (Baker), Nov. 37 
Coproduction of the M1A1 tank, 
bilateral agreement with Egypt, 
Feb. 75 
Foreign military sales (FMS) program 

(Baker), Apr. 20 
FSX Aircraft, codevelopment agree- 
ment with Japan: Bush, July 48; 
Eagleburger, July 49 
Lance missiles and NATO: Baker, 

Apr. 39, 40; Bush, Aug. 51 
Multiple launch rocket systems 
(MLRS) (Baker), Aug. 42 



Arms control and disarmament (see also 
Europe: Confidence- and Security- 
Building Measures (CSBMs) negotia- 
tions; Europe: Conventional armed 
forces in Europe (CFE), negotia- 
tions; Europe: Mutual and balanced 
force reduction talks; and Soviet 
Union: U.S. arms control negotia- 
tions): 
Certain conventional weapons with ex- 
cessively injurious or indis- 
criminate effects, convention with 
protocols (1980): Benin, Aug. 89; 
Cyprus, Mar. 92 
Conventional weapons and forces: 
Burns, Jan. 43; Bush, May 9, 15, 
Aug. 39, Nov. 30; Shultz, Feb. 47 
Conventional Parity Initiative: 
Baker, Aug. 42, 43, 68, Sept. 
10; Oct. 44, 45; Bush, Aug. 16, 
30, 32, Sept. 24; White House, 
Sept. 76 
NAC heads of state meeting, Brus- 
sels (1989), comprehensive con- 
cept, Aug. 27 
NAC ministerial meeting, Brussels 
(Dec. 1988), statement on con- 
ventional arms control, text, 
Feb. 43 
NATO perspective, Aug. 9 
Stability talks (Shultz), Feb. 48 
East- West relations: Bush, Sept. 25; 

Nitze, Apr. 45 
Initiatives (NAC heads of state), 

Aug. 19 
Missile technology control regime 

(Shultz), Jan. 3, 9 
NAC heads of state meeting, Brus- 
sels (1989), comprehensive con- 
cept of arms control and disarma- 
ment, text, Aug. 22 
NAC ministerial meeting, Brussels 
(Dec. 1988), final communique, 
Feb. 44 
NATO Conventional Armaments Plan- 
ning System (CAPS), NAC, Feb. 
46 
NATO Defense Planning Committee, 
Brussels (1988), final communi- 
que, Feb. 42 
NATO "flexible response" policy, 

Aug. 7 
NATO Nuclear Planning Group, The 
Hague (1988), final communique, 
Jan. 28 
NATO Nuclear Planning Group, Brus- 
sels (1989), final communique, 
June 36 
Nuclear weapons (NAC heads of 

state), Aug. 26 
"Open skies" initiative: Baker, Nov. 
7, 10, Dec. 17; Bush, July 16, 
Aug. 16, Nov. 30 
Third world countries and prolifera- 
tion of weapons: Baker, Dec. 19; 
Kelly, Oct. 45 



Anns control and disarmament (Cont'd) 
U.S. arms control initiatives (see also 
Conventional Parity Initiative 
and "Open skies" above) 
(Cooper), Oct. 22 
U.S. arms control objectives: Baker, 

Dec. 14, 16; Burns, Jan. 41 
Verification issues (Nitze), Apr. 46 
Asia (see also Pacific Ocean region and 
names of individual countries): 
East Asia: 
Economic development, Apr. 33 
U.S. aid, FY 90, request (Clark), 
May 49 
Southeast Asia, refugees (Bush), 
Sept. 60 
Asian Development Bank (ADB), U.S. 
funding, FY 90, request (Brady), 
June 29 
Asian Development Fund (ADF), U.S. 
funding, FY 90, request (Brady), 
June 29 
Aspe Armella, Pedro, Oct. 80 
Association of South East Asian Nations 
(ASEAN): Apr. 36; Baker, Sept. 
58, 60; Lambertson, May 38; 
Quayle, Aug. 55; Shultz, Jan. 8; 
Solomon, Nov. 48 
Australia: 
Economic development, Apr. 37 
Profile, Oct. 61 

Treaties, agreements, etc., Mar. 92, 
May 86, 87, July 77, Aug. 89, 
Nov. 79 
U.S. visit of Prime Minister Hawke: 
Bush, Hawke, Oct. 60 
Austria: 
Foreign Relations of the United 
States, 1955-1957, Volume V, 
Austrian State Treaty; Summit 
and Foreign Ministers' Meetings, 
1955, released, Apr. 64 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 74, 
Mar. 92, May 86, July 77, Aug. 
89, Sept. 93 
Automobile industry, U.S. -Canada Free 

Trade Agreement, Oct. 2, 5 
Aviation: 
Additional services, memo of under- 
standing with Mexico, Jan. 50 
Air services, bilateral agreements: 
Austria, July 77; Greece, U.K., 
Aug. 90 
Air transport, bilateral agreements: 
Australia, July 77; Bolivia, May 
87; Czechoslovakia, June 69; 
Federal Republic of Germany, 
July 77; Hungary, Nov. 80; India, 
Aug. 90; Italy, Feb. 75; Mexico, 
May 88; Philippines, July 78; 
Spain, Aug. 90; Yugoslavia, Feb. 
76 
Air transport, capacity for North 
Pacific, South Pacific and Guam 
routes, amendment, bilateral 
agreement with Australia, July 77 



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Aviation (Cont'd) 

Airline fitness and citizenship deter- 
minations, reciprocal recognition, 
bilateral agreement with U.K., 
Aug. 90 
Airworthiness certifications, reciprocal 
acceptance, bilateral agreement 
with Argentina, Oct. 85 
All-cargo services, memo of under- 
standing with Mexico, Jan. 50 
Charter flights, memo of under- 
standing with Mexico, Jan. 50 
Civil aviation (McAllister), Oct. 33 
Civil air transport, bilateral agree- 
ments with Romania, June 69, 
Nov. 80 
Developing and modernizing the 
Bahamas civil aviation system, 
memo of agreement, Aug. 89 
Developing and modernizing the 
Marshall Islands civil aviation 
system, bilateral agreement, 
Sept. 94 
International civil aviation, conven- 
tion (1944): Bhutan, July 76; 
Mongolia, Nov. 79 
Protocol on authentic trilingual 
text (1968): Cyprus, Mon- 
golia, Nov. 79 
Protocol on authentic quadrilin- 
gual text (1977): Antigua and 
Barbuda, Jan. 49; Cyprus, 
Nov. 79; Malta, Dec. 59 
Security, bilateral agreement with 
Cape Verde, Dec. 58 
International air services transit 
agreement (1944), Antigua and 
Barbuda, Mar. 91 
International recognition of rights in 
aircraft, convention (1948): 
Bangladesh, Guatemala, Apr. 62 
Reduced air fares, bilateral agree- 
ment with Mexico, Jan. 50 
Security and Terrorism Commission 
formed, (White House), Oct. 68 
Suppression of unlawful acts against 
the safety of civil aviation, con- 
vention (1971): Laos, June 68; 
Marshall Islands, Aug. 88; Zim- 
babwe, May 86 
Protocol (1988): Austria, Belgium, 
Byelorussian S.S.R., Sept. 93; 
Cameroon, Apr. 62; Congo, Fin- 
land, Aug. 88; Gabon, Sept. 93; 
German Democratic Republic, 
Hungary, Aug. 88; Ireland, Jor- 
dan, Sept. 93; Democratic 
People's Republic of Korea, 
Aug. 88; Kuwait, Luxembourg, 
July 76; Marshall Islands, Sept. 
93; Mauritius, Aug. 88, Oct. 84; 
Morocco, New Zealand, Peru, 
Sept. 93; Philippines, Apr. 62; 
St. Vincent and the Grena- 
dines, Saudi Arabia, Soviet 
Union, Spain, Sri Lanka, Togo, 



Aviation (Cont'd) 

Turkey, Sept. 93; United Arab 
Emirates, May 86 
Suppression of unlawful seizure of 
aircraft, convention (1970): Laos, 
June 68; Marshall Islands, Aug. 
88; Vanuatu, Zimbabwe, May 86 
Technical assistance to improve 

Oman's air transportation serv- 
ices, bilateral agreement with 
Oman, Jan. 50 
U.S. policy and objectives (Mc- 
Allister), Oct. 33 



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Bahamas: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
May 69, Oct. 57 
Treaties, agreements, etc., May 87, 
Aug. 89 
Bahrain: 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 73, 

Mar. 91 
U.S. visit of Foreign Minister al- 
Khalifa, Oct. 67 
Baker, James A., Ill: 
Addresses, remarks, and statements: 
Acid rain, Apr. 28, 30 
Afghanistan, Apr. 23, Aug. 60, 

Sept. 51, Nov. 38 
Arab-Israeli conflict and peace 

process (for details see Arab-Is- 
raeli conflict): May 1, 4, 60 
Egyptian 10-point plan, Nov. 31, 

35, 38, 42, Dec. 45 
Palestinian issues, May 2, 4, 26, 

June 13, 18, Nov. 35, 38 
Soviet role, May 2, July 27, 30, 

Nov. 35 
U.S. initiative and objectives, 
Apr. 19, June 10, July 24, 
31, Dec. 27 
U.S.-PLO dialogues, Aug. 59, 

Sept. 9 
West Bank elections, June 12, 
July 26, Aug. 15, 44, 59, 
Sept. 6, 8, 12, 30, 32, 52, 61, 
68, Nov. 36, Dec. 20 
Argentina, U.S. military aid to, 

Aug. 42, 43 
Arms control and disarmament, 
May 56, Nov. 32, Dec. 16, 17, 
20 
Conventional Parity Initiative, 
Aug. 42, 43, 68, Sept. 10, 44, 
45 
U.S. troop reduction proposals, 
Aug. 42, 44 
Association of South East Asian Na- 
tions (ASEAN), Sept. 58, 60 
Baltic states, U.S. policy, Nov. 17, 

42 
Berlin Wall, Aug. 58 



Baker, James A., Ill (Cont'd) 

Cambodia, U.S. policy, Sept. 59, 

61, 62, Oct. 25 
Canada, U.S. relations, Apr. 11, 

17, 28, June 9 
Caribbean Basin Initiative, June 7, 

8 
Central America, Apr. 12, 17, 28, 29 
Bipartisan accord, June 56 
Esquipulas agreement, June 7, 
10, Oct. 79, 82 
Change and international relations, 

July 36, Aug. 55 
Chemical weapons, Apr. 15, 19, 
May 58, Nov. 1, 32, 34, 39, 
Dec. 17, 20 
China: 
ASEAN relations, Sept. 62 
Human rights issues, May 10, 

Sept. 64 
Political and economic reforms, 

July 23, 29, Aug. 66, Sept. 6 
Student demonstrations and 
government reprisals, July 
29, Aug. 14, 67 
U.S. response, Sept. 5, 11, 61, 

63, 64, Nov. 37 
U.S. relations, Apr. 18, Aug. 58, 
59 
Conventional armed forces in 
Europe (CFE), negotiations, 
May 56, 59, Nov. 13 
Creative responsibility sharing and 
regional problems, Aug. 57, 60, 
65, Sept. 46, 56 
Cuba, Castro's position, Sept. 10 
Debt management, June 18, Sept. 

4, 5, 7, 8, 32, 56, 65 
Defense and national security, Dec. 
15 
Defense budget, Apr. 28, 31, 

Nov. 17, Dec. 18 
European based missiles, July 28, 

29, 34, 35 
Multiple launch rocket system 

(MLRS), Aug. 42 
Stealth bomber, Sept. 12, Dec. 18 
Strategic Defense Initiative 

(SDI), June 16, Nov. 10, 11, 
12, 15 
Democracy and democratic 

progress, June 6, July 36, Aug. 
48 
Denmark, in NATO alliance, Apr. 

40 
Drugs, narcotic, May 68, Oct. 49 
(quoted) 
Latin America, June 8, Oct. 13, 
14, 76, Dec. 19 
East- West relations, Apr. 18, 30, 
May 56, June 10, Aug. 56, 
Sept. 3 
Economy, world, July 24, Sept. 51 
Summit of the Arch, Sept. 3, 63 
Environmental problems and con- 
trol, Sept. 32, Oct. 80 



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Baker, James A., Ill (Cont'd) 
Ethics issues, Apr. 22, 30 
Europe, Eastern, reform movement: 
U.S. response to change, Aug. 

42, Sept. 7, 10, 52, Nov. 40, 

43, Dec. 20 
Warsaw Pact, Dec. 28, 29 

European Community, Apr. 12, 18 
Foreign policy, Apr. 16, May 10, 
June 8, 11 
Bipartisanship, May 24, June 9 
Foreign Service issues, Dec. 18 
Freedom, Apr. 11, May 56, Aug. 6 
Germany, Federal Republic of, 
June 15, 17 
Reunification, Dec. 20, 28 
Short-range nuclear missile 

deployment, Aug. 13, 14 
U.S. relations, Apr. 21, 39, July, 
22, 28, 34 
Greece, in NATO alliance, Apr. 41 
Human rights issues, May 10, July 

29, Nov. 14 
Hungary: 
Democratic progress, Dec. 29 
U.S. support for reforms, Sept. 
4, 11, 46, Nov. 38 
Iceland, in NATO alliance, Apr. 38 
India, nuclear weapons, Aug. 69 
Iran, U.S. relations, Aug. 57, Oct. 

13, 14 
Israel, U.S. relations, May 63 
Italy, aid to Nicaragua, June 15 
Japan, U.S. relations, Apr. 24, May 

2, Aug. 65 
Korea, ambassadorial appointment, 

July 29 
Latin America, shared destiny, 

June 5 
Leadership and bipartisanship, 

Apr. 11, 16, June 9 
Lebanon, cease-fire efforts, July 30, 
Oct. 14, Nov. 37 
Hostages, Oct. 13 
Luxembourg, in NATO alliance, 

Apr. 42 
Mexico, Apr. 12, 17, June 9, 18, 
Oct. 78 
Mexico-U.S. bilateral commission 
meeting, Oct. 76 
Middle East, Apr. 15, 19, Dec. 45 
Palestine Liberation Organization 
(PLO), Apr. 22, July 65, 
Aug. 15, Sept. 68 
Netherlands, U.S. relations, Sept. 

50, 52 
Nicaragua: 
Contra aid, Apr. 21, May 23, 

Oct. 79 
Democratic progress, May 25, 

Dec. 28 
Soviet-bloc aid to, May 24, 26, 
60, June 10, 13, 15, July 24, 
32, Nov. 3, 12, 41, Dec. 19, 
28 
Western aid to, June 15 



Baker, James A., Ill (Cont'd) 

North Atlantic Treaty Organization 
(NATO), May 4, 26, July 21, 
Aug. 61, Nov. 32 
Comprehensive concept on arms 
control and disarmament, 
Aug. 55, 63 
Conventional Parity Initiative, 

Aug. 55, 58, 62 
Short-range nuclear forces (SNF) 
agreement, Apr. 39, July 22, 
24, 28, 34, Aug. 29, 34 
Norway, in NATO alliance, Apr. 40 
Pacific area, economic development, 
Apr. 13, 18, Sept. 58, 60, Dec. 
20 
East Asia/Pacific rim, U.S. rela- 
tions, Aug. 64 
Panama (for details see Panama): 
Elections, June 6, 13, 17, July 32 
Normalization of relations and 
Noriega presence, June 7, 
Aug. 15, 69, Dec. 19, 26 
U.S. position, July 23, 27, Aug. 
15, 60, Oct. 14, 15, Nov. 32 
Philippines, Multilateral Assistance 

Initiative, Sept. 56 
Poland {for details see Poland): 
Political and economic reforms, 
June 14, Aug. 69, Sept. 6, 8, 
66 
Solidarity request for Western 

aid, Sept. 31, 65 
Summit of the Arch, Western sup- 
port, Sept. 4, 5, 7, 11, 29, 

32, 44, 46, 67 

U.S. support for reforms, Nov. 
38, 40, 41 
Presidential power, May 25 
Refugees, Southeast Asian, Aug. 

44, Sept. 60 
Regional conflicts, Apr. 15, 19, July 

30, 38, Dec. 13, 19 
Saudi Arabia, tank sales, Nov. 37 
Security clearances, Apr. 31 
Soviet Union (for details see Soviet 
Union): 
ABM Treaty, Nov. 14 
Arms control negotiations, July 
30, Aug. 43, 44, 61, Sept. 10, 
Nov. 1, 5, 10, Dec. 13 
Domestic reforms, May 26, July 

33, Aug. 57 

Economic issues, Aug. 13, Sept. 

67, Nov. 12, 13, Dec. 10, 20 
Foreign policy, June 16, Dec. 12 
Glasnost and democratization, 

Dec. 13 
Gorbachev's role, Aug. 14, 30, 

Sept. 68, Nov. 4, 42 
Human rights, July 29, Nov. 14 
Intermediate-range nuclear forces 

(INF) treaty, July 28 
Perestroika, July 29, 32, 34, 36, 

Aug. 58, Nov. 2, Dec. 10, 20 



Baker, James A., Ill (Cont'd) 

Regional conflicts, role in, July 

30, 38, Aug. 62, Dec. 13 
Short-range nuclear forces (SNF), 

July 31, 32, 34, 35 
Strategic arms reduction talks 
(START), Apr. 39, May 60, 
June 15, 16, Sept. 44, Nov. 
11, 15, 39, Dec. 16 
Summit meeting proposed, June 

14, Nov. 1, 10 
Trade relations, Apr. 29, Sept. 

66, Nov. 41, 42 
U.S. relations, Apr. 12, 14, 18, 
May 59, June 10, 13, July 3, 
Nov. 3, 16 
U.S. technical assistance, Nov. 2, 
Dec. 14, 25 
South Africa, new government, 

Aug. 60 
Spain, in NATO alliance, Apr. 42 
Sudan, famine relief, Apr. 24 
Terrorism, Apr. 14, 23, 42, May 79 

(quoted) 
Trade issues, Aug. 13, 65, Sept. 66, 

Oct. 77 
Transnational issues, Apr. 13, 14, 

18, July 30, 38 
United Kingdom, Apr. 39, Aug. 42, 

43 
Vietnam, U.S. relations, Sept. 62, 

Dec. 19 
Warsaw Pact and East European 
reforms, Dec. 28, 29 
Biographical data, Apr. 9 
Meeting with Shevardnadze, Paris 

(July 1989), Oct. 39 
Messages and reports to Congress, 

May 68 
News conferences, press briefings, 
and question-and-answer ses- 
sions, Jan. 13, Mar. 6, Apr. 28, 
38, May 59, July 21, 30, 34, Aug. 
34, 41, Sept. 3, 29, 50, 60, 63, 
Oct. 78, Nov. 10, 31, Dec. 18 
Senate confirmation hearings, Apr. 10 
Swearing-in as Secretary of State: 

Baker, Bush, Apr. 8 
TV and radio interviews, Apr. 21, 
May 10, 23, 25, June 12, July 27, 
Aug. 29, 67, Sept. 7, Dec. 26 
Visits to: 
Belgium (NATO headquarters), 

July 34 
Brunei, Sept. 58 
China, May 10 
Denmark, Apr. 40 
France, Apr. 42 
Germany, Federal Republic of, 

Apr. 39 
Greece, Apr. 41 
Hungary, Sept. 37 
Iceland, Apr. 38 
Italy, Aug. 12 
Japan, May 1, Sept. 56 
Luxembourg, Apr. 42 



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Baker, James A., Ill (Cont'd) 

Netherlands, Sept. 50 
Norway, Apr. 40 
Poland, Sept. 29 
Portugal, Apr. 42 
Soviet Union, July 29 
Spain, Apr. 42 

United Kingdom, Apr. 38, Aug. 41 
Wyoming ministerial meeting, Jack- 
son Hole (Sept. 1989), Nov. 1, 5, 
10, 39 
Balance-of-payments support and special 
development fund, bilateral agree- 
ment with Pakistan, Jan. 51 
Baltic Freedom Day, 1989, proclamation 

(Bush), Aug. 80 
Bangladesh: 
Flood relief, Summit of the Arch, 

economic declaration, Sept. 16 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 50, 
Apr. 62, Aug. 89, Sept. 93, Oct. 
84, 85 
Banking and financial services, U.S.- 
Canada Free Trade Agreement, 
Oct. 6 
Bartholomew, Reginald, Sept. 74 
Belgium: 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Mar. 92, 
May 87, June 68, July 77, Aug. 
89, Sept. 93, Oct. 85, Dec. 58 
Visit of Secretary Baker (NATO head- 
quarters), July 34 
Belize: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
May 70, Oct. 57 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Apr. 63, 
Sept. 93 
Benin, treaties, agreements, etc., Aug. 

89 
Bering Straits region: 
Bering Straits Regional Commission, 
bilateral agreement with Soviet 
Union, text, Nov. 22 
Mutual visits by inhabitants, bilateral 
agreement with Soviet Union, 
text, Nov. 24 
U.S.-Soviet joint statement, Nov. 8 
Berlin Wall, 28th anniversary (Bush), 

Oct. 41 
Bhutan, treaties, agreements, etc., Apr. 

62, July 76 
Bhutto, Mohtrama Benazir, Oct. 63, 64 
Biological weapons: 
Biological and Toxic Weapons Conven- 
tion (1972) (Holmes), July 43, 
Oct. 23 
Development, production and stockpil- 
ing of bacteriological and toxin 
weapons, convention (1972), Bah- 
rain, Feb. 73 
Foreign policy implications (Holmes), 

Oct. 22 
U.S. Biological Defense Research Pro- 
gram (Holmes), Oct. 24 



Biological weapons (Cont'd) 

U.S. policy (Bartholomew), Sept. 74, 
77 
Bolivia: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
Oct. 56 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 74, 
75, May 87, Aug. 89, Oct. 85, 
Dec. 58 
Bolton, John R., Oct. 74 
Borg, Parker W., Jan. 33, Mar. 17 
Botswana, treaties, agreements, etc., 

Mar. 92, July 77, Dec. 57 
Brady, Nicholas F., May 53, June 21, 

Sept. 78 
Brazil: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
Oct. 56 
Trade import duties (Reagan), Jan. 49 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 50, 
Mar. 92, June 69, Aug. 89 
Bremer, L. Paul, III, May 74 
Brown, Kenneth L. , May 27 
Brundtland, Gro Harlem, Apr. 41 
Brunei: 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 50, 

May 86 
Visit of Secretary Baker, Sept. 58 
Bulgaria: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
Oct. 58 
Human rights: Abram, Sept. 88; 
Department, Oct. 43, Nov. 59; 
NATO, Oct. 43; White House, 
Sept. 90 
Recall of U.S. ambassador (Depart- 
ment), Nov. 59 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Aug. 89, 
Dec. 57 
Bureau of International Communications 

and Information Policy, July 62 
Burkina Faso, treaties, agreements, 
etc., Feb. 74, Mar. 91, Aug. 89, 
Oct. 84 
Burleigh, A. Peter, May 61 
Burma: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts: Lambertson, 
May 41; Wrobleski, May 70, 71, 
Oct. 58 
Human rights issues (Lambertson), 

May 42 
Political situation and democratic 
progress (Lambertson), May 40, 
Dec. 37 
Profile, May 41 

Thailand, relations with (Lam- 
bertson), May 42 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 73, 

Mar. 92 
U.S. policy (Lambertson), May 43 
Burns, William F., Jan. 41, Mar. 9 



Burt, Richard R., Aug. 73, Oct. 17, 

Dec. 33 
Burundi: 

Human rights issues (Brown), May 27 
International trade in endangered 
species of wild fauna and flora, 
convention (1973), Jan. 50 
Busby, Morris D., Dec. 47 
Bush, George H. (see also Proclama- 
tions by the President): 
Addresses, remarks, and statements: 
Acid rain, Apr. 27 
Afghanistan, Apr. 5, 6, 48 
Arab-Israeli conflict, peace process, 

May 4, 7, 16 
Arms control and disarmament, 
Apr. 30, May 15, Aug. 17, 31, 
39, Sept. 25 
Conventional Parity Initiative, 
Aug. 16, 30, 32, Sept. 24 
"Open skies" proposal, July 16, 
Aug. 16, Nov. 30 
Asian-Pacific region, development, 

May 19 
Berlin Wall, 28th anniversary, Oct. 

41 
Cambodia, peace settlement, May 

6,22 
Canada, U.S. relations, Apr. 26, 

July 46 
Central America, Apr. 6, May 16, 

June 55 
Chemical weapons, Mar. 6 (quoted), 

Nov. 29 
China, May 6, 13 
Chinese-Soviet relations, May 7 
Chinese students in U.S., Aug. 

50, 51 
Political and economic reforms, 

Aug. 48, 50 
Student demonstrations and 
government reprisals, July 
47, Aug. 75, 80, 81 
U.S. response, Aug. 46, 47, 48 
U.S. relations, Apr. 4, May 7, 
11, 16, 22, Aug 49, Sept. 54, 
55 
Cuba, May 83 

Debt management, Sept. 21, 26 
Defense and national security, July 
48 
Conventional arms, May 9, July 

21 
Missile systems, July 20, 46, 

Aug. 51 
Strategic Defense Initiative 
(SDI), Apr. 3, 5, May 15 
Democracy and democratic 

progress, June 1, July 19, 47, 
Aug. 32, 38 
Drugs, narcotic, Oct. 47, Dec. 9 
East- West relations, Aug. 82, Sept. 

20 
Economy, world, May 16, Nov. 28 



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Bush, George H. (Cont'd) 

Environmental problems and con- 
trol, Apr. 27, July 47, Aug. 39, 
Sept. 27, 48, Oct. 36, Nov. 28 
El Salvador, May 16, June 2 
Europe, Eastern, Aug. 38, 39, 

Sept. 21, 44, 48 
Europe, Western, and U.S. rela- 
tions, July 18, Aug. 11 
Freedom, July 21, Sept. 22, 33, 47, 
53, 86 (quoted), Oct. 41, Nov. 
27, Dec. 8 
Germany, Federal Republic of, 

Apr. 6, Aug. 38 
Global role of U.S., May 8 
"Hamtramck" speech on Poland, 

June 3 
Human rights, May 6, Aug. 49 
Hungary, Sept. 36, 37, 39, 40, 46 
Inaugural address, Apr. 1 
India, May 6 
Iran, Apr. 5, Aug. 47, 49 
Italy, Aug. 12 

Japan, free trade, May 6, 9, 22 
Korea, May 17, 21 

U.S. troops in, May 16, 19 
Latin America, June 1 
Lebanon, Aug. 83 

Hostages, Oct. 66, 67, 68, Nov. 26 
Marshall Islands, diplomatic rela- 
tions established, Oct. 62 
Mexico, U.S. relations, Dec. 2, 3 
Micronesia, diplomatic relations es- 
tablished, Oct. 62 
Middle East, Apr. 5, May 16 
Palestine Liberation Organiza- 
tion, Apr. 4 
NATO, Apr. 6, May 4, July 18, 46, 

Aug. 38 
Nicaragua, Apr. 6, May 16, June 1, 
Sept. 91 
Conventional Parity Initiative, 

Aug. 16, 32, Sept. 24 
Short-range nuclear forces (SNF) 
negotiations, July 46, Aug. 
31, 81 
Summit accomplishments, Aug. 45 
Pakistan, U.S. relations, May 6 
Panama, June 2, July 46, 66, 68, 

70, Aug. 51, Dec. 19 
Paraguay, democratic progress, 

June 2 
Peace Corps, Hungary, Sept. 40 
Philippines, multilateral assistance 

initiative, May 8 
Poland: 
Address before Polish Parlia- 
ment, Sept. 25 
Democratic progress, Aug. 48, 

69, 78, Sept. 23, Oct. 38 
Food and commodity aid, Sept. 

19, Oct. 38, Nov. 60 
U.S. support for reform efforts, 
June 3, Sept. 24, 26, 54 



Bush, George H. (Cont'd) 

Western support for reform ef- 
forts, Sept. 7 (quoted), Dec. 
10 
Soviet Union {for details see Soviet 
Union): 
Chinese-Soviet relations, May 7 
Economic issues, Sept. 18, 19, 20, 

21 
Nicaragua, Soviet bloc aid, June 

1,56 
Perestroika, July 20, Aug. 51 
Strategic arms reduction talks 
(START), May 15, July 17, 
Aug. 73 
U.S. relations, Apr. 4, May 9, 
July 16, 19, Aug. 18, 32, 39, 
Sept. 54 
Summit of the Arch, review, Sept. 

17, 19 
Terrorism, May 79 (quoted) 
Trade, U.S., Apr. 28, Sept. 40, 

Oct. 35 
Trade, world, May 9 
UN, peacekeeping role, Nov. 31 
World Bank/International Monetary 
Fund, Dec. 8 
Meetings with heads of state and offi- 
cials of, remarks and joint com- 
muniques: 
Colombia, Dec. 56; Cyprus, Dec. 41; 
Egypt, June 40, Dec. 45; El Sal- 
vador, June 66; Ireland, June 
39; Israel, June 42; Italy, Dec. 
42; Japan, Apr. 32, Nov. 51; 
Jordan, July 54; Mexico, Dec. 
1; NATO, Dec. 44,; Pakistan, 
Oct. 63; Zaire, Oct. 15 
Messages and reports to Congress: 
Address before Joint Session, Apr. 3 
Cyprus, Apr. 43, Sept. 89, Dec. 41 
EURATOM cooperation, June 44 
FS-X aircraft, coproduction with 

Japan, Oct. 32 
Science and technology, internation- 
al activities, June 51 
News conferences and question-and- 
answer sessions, Apr. 4, 5, May 
4, July 45, Aug. 16, 30, 34, 40, 
46, 80, Sept. 17, 54, Oct. 13 
North Atlantic Council (NAC), heads 
of state meeting, Brussels (May 
1989), Aug. 15 
TV interview, May 11 
Visits to: 
Belgium, Aug. 15 
Canada, Apr. 26 
China, May 11 
Germany, Federal Republic of, 

Aug. 34 
Hungary, Sept. 36 
Italy, Aug. 11 
Japan, May 4 
Korea, May 17 
Netherlands, Sept. 47 
Poland, Sept. 23 



United Kingdom, Aug. 40 
Business, U.S., multilateral develop- 
ment banks projects (Brady), June 
26 
Byelorussian S.S.R., treaties, agree- 
ments, etc., Mar. 92, Apr. 62, May 
87, July 77, Aug. 88, 89, Sept. 93, 
Dec. 58 



Cambodia: 
International Conference, Paris 

(1989): Baker, Oct. 25; conference 
statement, Oct. 26; Solomon, 
Nov. 50 
Peace settlement: Baker, Sept. 61, 62; 
Bush, May 6; Solomon, Nov. 47; 
Walters, Feb. 65 
Profile, May 39 
UN role (Baker), Oct. 26 
U.S. aid to noncommunist resistance: 
Lambertson, May 38; Solomon, 
Nov. 49 
FY 90, request (Clark), May 52 
U.S. policy: Baker, Sept. 59; Bush, 
May 22; Lambertson, May 37; 
Reagan, Jan. 17 
Cameroon, treaties, agreements, etc., 

Apr. 62, Sept. 93, Oct. 84, Dec. 57 
Canada: 
Aircraft hijacking agreement (Depart- 
ment), Jan. 39 
Defense, Oct. 12 
Economic and political conditions, Oct. 

10 
Foreign relations, Oct. 11 
Geography, peoples and culture, Oct. 7 
Government, Oct. 9 
History, Oct. 8 
Profile, Oct. 9, 11 

Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 50, 
Feb. 73, May 87, June 68, 69, 
Aug. 89, Sept 93, Dec, 58 
U.S. -Canada Free Trade Agreement: 
Chronology, Oct. 4 
Questions and answers, Oct. 4 
Summary of key provisions, Oct. 1 
U.S. fisheries relationship (Wolfe), 

July 57 
U.S. relations: Oct. 12; Baker, Apr. 
11, 17, 28, June 9 
Cape Verde, treaties, agreements, etc., 

Apr. 63, Dec. 58 
Captive Nations Week, 1989, proclama- 
tion (Bush), Sept. 91 
Caribbean region. See under Latin 

America 
Carter, Jimmy, Jan. 44 
Central America. See under Latin 

America and see also names of in- 
dividual countries 
Chad, treaties, agreements, etc., Feb, 
74, May 86, Dec. 57 



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Change and international relations: 
Baker, July 36, Aug. 55; Shultz, 
Jan. 6, 9 
Chemical weapons (CW): Baker, Apr. 
15, 19, May 58, Nov. 39; Burns, 
Jan. 42; Bush, Mar. 6, May 15; 
Nitze, Apr. 45; NAC, Aug. 25, 28; 
Shultz, Jan. 3, 9; U.S.-Soviet joint 
statement, Nov. 8 
Australia Group (Bartholomew), Sept. 

75 
Bilateral verification experiment and 
data exchange relating to prohibi- 
tion, memo of understanding with 
Soviet Union, text, Nov. 18 
Conference on Prohibition of Chemical 
Weapons, Paris (1989): Burns, 
Mar. 9; Reagan, Shultz, Mar. 4; 
White House, Jan. 16 
Final declaration, text, Mar. 9 
Federal Republic of Germany: Baker, 
Apr. 22, 39; Bartholomew, Sept. 
76; Department, Mar. 71; Shultz, 
Mar. 53 
International Government-Industry 
Conference Against Chemical 
Weapons, Canberra (1989): 
Clarke, Nov. 45; U.S.-Soviet 
joint statement, Nov. 9 
Iraq (Baker), Nov. 32 
Libya: Baker, Apr. 22; Bartholomew, 

* Sept. 76; Shultz, Mar. 7, 8, 53 
Middle East: Murphy, Feb. 58; 

Shultz, Feb. 8, Mar. 8 
Prohibition of use in war of asphyxiat- 
ing, poisonous, or other gases, 
and of bacteriological methods of 
warfare, protocol (1925): Antigua 
and Barbuda, Bahrain, Mar. 91; 
Bangladesh, Oct. 84; Cameroon, 
Dec. 57; Equatorial Guinea, 
Grenada, Guinea-Bissau, Oct. 84; 
Democratic People's Republic of 
Korea, Republic of Korea, Mar. 
91; Laos, Oct. 84; St. Lucia, Mar. 
91 
Role of chemical industry (Shultz), 

Mar. 7 
Soviet Union (Shultz), Mar. 7 
Third World use (Baker), Nov. 32 
U.S. disposal program (Friedersdorf), 

June 19 
U.S. initiatives: Baker, Nov. 34, Dec. 

17; Bush, Nov. 29 
U.S. policy: Baker, Dec. 20; Bar- 
tholomew, Sept. 74, 77 
U.S.-Soviet memo of understanding: 
Baker, Nov. 1; joint statement, 
Nov. 6 
Verification issues (Clarke), Nov. 47 
Chile: 
Democratic progress (Kozak), June 65 
Fruit export and sale: Baker, U.S.- 
Chile joint statement, May 85 
Treaties, agreements, etc., July 76, 77 



China, People's Republic of (Bush), 
Apr. 4 

Afghanistan, involvement in, Mar. 84 

ASEAN nations, relations with 
(Baker), Sept. 62 

Cambodian policy: Lambertson, May 
40; Solomon, Nov. 49 

Chinese students in U.S.: Bush, Aug. 
50, 51; Williams, Oct. 28 

Communications satellites (Depart- 
ment), Feb. 26 

Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
May 71, Oct. 59 

Human rights issues: Baker, May 10, 
Sept. 64; Bush, May 6 

Political and economic reforms: Baker, 
July 23, 29, Aug. 66, Sept. 6; 
Bush, Aug. 47, 48, 50 

Political unrest and safety of U.S. 
citizens (Department), Aug. 75 

Soviet Union, relations with (Bush), 
May 7 

Student demonstrations and govern- 
ment reprisals: Baker, July 29, 
Aug. 14, 67; Bush, July 47, Aug. 

75, 80, 81; Department, Aug. 75, 

76, 77; White House, Aug. 75, 
77; Williams, July 48, Oct. 29 

U.S. response: Baker, Sept. 5, 11, 
61, 63, 64, Nov. 37; Bush, Aug. 
46, 47, 48; White House, Aug. 
77 
Taiwan: 

Economic development: Apr. 36 
Trade relations with U.S.: Hippler 
Bello, Holmer, Mar. 12 
Trade relations with U.S., Apr. 35 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 50, 
Feb. 75, Mar. 91, 92, Apr. 63, 
May 87, June 68, July 77, Aug. 
88, Sept. 93, Oct. 85, Dec. 57 
U.S. relations: Baker, Apr. 18, Aug. 
58, 59; Bush, May 7, 11, 16, 22, 
Aug. 49, Sept. 54, 55; Depart- 
ment, May 14; Shultz, Feb. 25; 
Williams, Oct. 27 
Visit of Secretary Baker, May 10 
Civil emergency planning (NAC), Feb. 

46 
Clark, Warren, Dec. 31 
Clark, William, Jr., May 49 
Clarke, Richard A., Nov. 45 
Cleveland, Paul M., June 45 
Coffee: 

International Coffee Agreement 
(1983), U.K. (extended to St. 
Helena), July 76 
International Coffee Agreement 
negotiations (Wallis), Mar. 15 
Cohen, Herman J., Nov. 43, Dec. 23 



Colombia: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts: Baker, Dec. 
19; Department, Oct. 77, Nov. 
79; Eagleburger, Nov. 70, 74; 
Wrobleski, Oct. 56 
Travel advisory issued (Department), 

Oct. 77 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Mar. 92, 

Apr. 62, June 68, 69 
U.S. aid, emergency anti-drug sup- 
port package (Bush), Oct. 47 
U.S. visit of President Barco (White 
House), Dec. 56 
Commodities: 
Commodity imports, bilateral agree- 
ment with Egypt, Sept. 93 
Common Fund for Commodities, 
agreement, entered into force, 
Aug. 88 
Prices and agreements (Wallis), Mar. 
15 
Communications, mutual support, memo 
of understanding with U.K., Mar. 
93 
Comoros, radio communications between 
amateur stations on behalf of third 
parties, bilateral agreement, Dec. 58 
Conference on Disarmament (CD), 
Geneva: 
Chemical weapons ban (Bar- 
tholomew), Sept. 74 
Defense and space talks (Cooper), 

Oct. 20 
START (Burt), Oct. 17 
Congo, treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 

74, Aug. 88 
Congress, U.S.: 
Africa, human rights issues, Brown, 

May 27; Ferrand, May 32 
Angola, peace and reconciliation ef- 
forts (Clark), Dec. 31 
Arms sales to Pakistan (Schaffer), 

Oct. 65 
Biological weapons (Holmes), July 43, 

Oct. 22 
Bipartisanship and leadership 

(Baker), Apr. 11, 16, June 9 
Burma, political situation and human 
rights (Lambertson), May 40, 
Dec. 37 
Cambodia, update (Lambertson), May 

37 
Certification for narcotics source and 
transit countries (Wrobleski), 
May 68, Oct. 49 
Chemical weapons (Bartholomew), 

Sept. 74 
China, demonstrations, and U.S. 

response (Williams), July 48, Oct. 
27 
Confirmation hearings, Secretary- 
designate Baker, Apr. 10 
Cuba: 

Human rights: Schifter, Oct. 41; 
Valladares, Dec. 54 



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Congress, U.S. (Cont'd) 

Narcotics trafficking (Levitsky), 

Oct. 46 
U.S. security (Kozak), Nov. 75 
East-West relations and NATO 

(Baker), Aug. 61 
High definition television, global 
production standards (Landau), 
June 48 
Immigration and refugee issues 

(Moore), July 59 
International fisheries matters 

(Wolfe), July 56 
Legislation: 
Berne Convention Implementation 

Act, 1988 (Reagan), Jan. 35 
Defense Department Appropria- 
tions Act, 1989 (White House), 
Jan. 45 
Genocide Convention Implementa- 
tion Act, 1987: Reagan, Jan. 
38; White House, Jan. 39 
Joint Resolution on Cambodia (Wal- 
ters), Feb. 66 
1988 Trade Act: Hippler Bello, Hol- 
mer, Mar. 11 
Legislation, proposed: 
Foreign affairs budget, FY 90: 
Foreign operations, overview 
(Baker), Apr. 16 
East Asia and the Pacific 

(Clark), May 49 
International organizations and 
programs (Vogelgesang), 
May 81 
Latin America and the Carib- 
bean (Kozak), June 59 
Middle East: Burleigh, May 66; 

Walker, May 61, 62, 64 
Migration and refugee assist- 
ance (Moore), May 72 
Multilateral development banks 

(Brady), June 21, 29 
Security assistance (Holmes), 

June 52 
Sub-Saharan Africa (Rosen- 
berg), July 39 
Terrorist Alien Removal Act 
(Bremer), Feb. 64 
Middle East, U.S. diplomacy (Kelly), 

Oct. 44 
Namibia, independence process 

(Cohen), Nov. 43 
Pacific region economic cooperation 

(Solomon), Dec. 34 
Philippines, future prospects (Lam- 

bertson), May 43 
Presidential address, joint session 

(Bush), Apr. 3 
Senate advice and consent, interna- 
tional natural rubber agreement, 
Feb. 74 
Senate confirmation hearings on 

Secretary-designate Baker, Apr. 
10 
South Africa (Cohen), Dec. 29 



Congress, U.S. (Cont'd) 
Soviet Union and perestroika (Baker), 

Dec. 20 
Terrorism and counterterrorism: 
Rushdie affair (Adams), May 78 
U.S. counterterrorism policy: 

Bremer, May 74; Busby, Dec. 
47 
Trade negotiations, Uruguay Round 

(Hills), June 30 
Trade-related aspects of intellectual 
property rights (Hills), Nov. 55 
UN and PLO admission (Vogel- 
gesang), July 65 
Western Europe, U.S. relations 
(Eagleburger), Oct. 37 
Conservation (see also Fish and 
Fisheries): 
Antarctic marine living resources, con- 
vention (1980): Finland, Dec. 59; 
Italy, July 76; Peru, Dec. 59 
Endangered species of wild fauna and 
flora, international trade in, con- 
vention (1973): Burundi, Jan. 50; 
Chad, May 86; Ethiopia, Gabon, 
Malta, New Zealand, Aug. 88; 
St. Vincent and Grenadines, May 
86; Vanuatu, Dec. 57 
Amendment (1983): Botswana, Dec. 
59; China, Jan. 50; Denmark, 
May 86; Finland, Dec. 59; 
India, May 86; Luxembourg, 
Dec. 59; Mauritius, Jan. 50; 
Rwanda, Dec. 59; Sri Lanka, 
May 86 
International Trade in Endangered 
Species, convention (CITES), FY 
90, U.S. funding, proposed 
(Vogelgesang), May 83 
Wetlands of international importance, 
especially as waterfowl habitat, 
convention (1971): Malta, Viet- 
nam, May 86 
Protocol (1982): Egypt, Greece, 
Apr. 62; Venezuela, May 86 
Construction, cooperation in housing 
and other construction, bilateral 
agreement with Soviet Union, Oct. 
86 
Consular relations: 
Vienna convention on (1967): Antigua 
and Barbuda, Feb. 73; Bulgaria, 
Dec. 59; Byelorussian S.S.R., 
Aug. 88; Mongolia, Aug. 88; 
South Africa, Dec. 59; Soviet 
Union, Ukrainian S.S.R., Aug. 88 
Cooper, Henry F., Oct. 20, Dec. 33 
Copyright: 
Berne convention for the protection of 
literary and artistic works (1896), 
revised and amended (1979): 
Lesotho, Oct. 84; Liberia, 
Mauritius, Peru, Trinidad and 
Tobago, May 86; U.S. Apr. 62 
U.S. proposal for amendment 
(Hills), Nov. 50 



Copyright (Cont'd) 
Copyright protection, bilateral agree- 
ment with Indonesia, Sept. 93 
Trade issues, U.S. proposal (Hills), 

Nov. 56 
Universal copyright convention (1971), 
Trinidad and Tobago, Apr. 62 
Cossiga, Francesco, Dec. 46 
Costa Rica: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
May 70, Oct. 57 
Economic development (Kozak), June 

63 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 50, 
Feb. 75, May 87, June 69, Nov. 
79 
Cote d'lvoire: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
Oct. 59 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Oct. 85, 
Nov. 79 
Criminal matters. See Judicial matters 
Crocker, Chester A., Feb. 10 
Cuba: 
Angola, involvement in: 
Angola/Namibia peace accords: 
Crocker, Feb. 10; Shultz, Feb 
11; White House, Feb. 10 
Angola/Namibia tripartite agree- 
ment, text, Feb. 13 
Protocol of Brazzaville, text, 
Feb. 11 
Chronology (Howland), Feb. 16 
Cuban troop withdrawal settle- 
ment: Feb. 14, 16; Baker, May 
29; Department, Jan. 16 
Bilateral agreement to terminate 
Cuban military contingent, 
text, Feb. 13 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts: Kozak, Nov. 
76; Levitsky, Oct. 46; Wrobleski, 
May 69, Oct. 57 
Economic, social, political situation: 
Apr. 60; Baker, Sept. 10; Kozak, 
Nov. 75 
Human rights issues: Apr. 59; Kozak, 
Nov. 76; Lister, Jan. 37; Schifter, 
Oct. 41; Valladares, Dec. 54 
UN Human Rights Report (Bush), 
May 83 
Nicaragua, aid to Sandinistas (Baker), 

Nov. 3, 12 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 50, 

May 86, Nov. 79 
U.S. policy (Kozak), Nov. 77 
Cultural relations: 
Conference on Security and Coopera- 
tion in Europe (CSCE), conclud- 
ing document, Mar. 33 
Cultural and educational exchange, 
bilateral agreement with Mon- 
golia, Dec. 58 



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Cultural relations (Cont'd) 

Cultural property, means of prohibit- 
ing and preventing the illicit im- 
port, export, and transfer of 
ownership, convention (1970): 
Byelorussian S.S.R., Colombia, 
Soviet Union, Ukrainian S.S.R., 
Apr. 62 

Hungary, scientific and cultural ex- 
changes: Bush, Sept. 40; White 
House, Sept. 42 

Importation and distribution of 

foreign motion pictures, bilateral 
agreement with Republic of 
Korea, May 88 

Management and protection of nation- 
al parks and other protected 
natural and cultural heritage 
sites, bilateral agreement with 
Mexico, May 88 

Poland, establishment of cultural and 
information centers, bilateral 
agreement: Sept. 94; Bush, Sept. 
27; White House, Sept. 29 

U.S. -Canada free trade agreement, 
Oct. 5 

U.S. -Mexico Binational Commission, 
joint communique, Oct. 84 

World cultural and natural heritage, 
protection, convention (1972): 
Byelorussian S.S.R., May 87; 
Cape Verde, Apr. 63; German 
Democratic Republic, Republic of 
Korea, May 87; Paraguay, Apr. 
63; Soviet Union, Ukrainian 
S.S.R., May 87 

World Heritage Fund, FY 90, U.S. 
funding, proposed (Vogelgesang), 
May 83 
Customs: 

Containers, customs convention 
(1956), Antigua and Barbuda, 
Feb. 73 

Containers, safe, international conven- 
tion (1972): Indonesia, Dec. 57; 
Mexico, Aug. 88; Vanuatu, May 
86 

Harmonized commodity description 
and coding system, international 
convention (1983), protocol (1986), 
U.S., Apr. 62 

International transport of goods 

under cover of TIR carnets, con- 
vention (1975): Algeria, May 86; 
Indonesia, Dec. 59 

International Union for the Publica- 
tion of Customs Tariffs, conven- 
tion (1980), protocol (1949), 
Colombia, June 68 

Mutual assistance, bilateral agree- 
ment: Finland, Norway, Aug. 90 
Cyprus: 

Cease-fire and deconfrontation 
(Department), July 52 



Cyprus (Cont'd) 

Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
Oct. 58 

Foreign Relations of the United 

States, 1952-1954, Volume VIII, 
Eastern Europe; the Soviet 
Union; the Eastern Mediter- 
ranean, released, Jan. 53 

Reports to Congress: Bush, Apr. 43, 
Sept. 89, Dec. 41; Reagan, Feb. 
50 

Treaties, agreements, etc., Mar. 92, 
Oct. 85, Nov. 79, Dec. 57 

U.S. visit of President Vassiliou 
(White House), Dec. 41 
Czechoslovakia: 

Human rights: Abram, Sept. 89; 
Department, Jan. 29; Shultz, 
Mar. 53 

Treaties, agreements, etc., May 87, 
June 69, July 77, Aug. 89 

Warsaw Pact invasion, anniversary 
(Department), Oct. 40 



D 



Debt management: 
Brady Plan: Baker, June 18; Bush, 

Sept. 21 
Debt consolidation and rescheduling, 

bilateral agreements: Bolivia, 

Aug. 89, Gabon, Aug. 90; 

Guyana, Dec. 58; Jamaica, July 

78, Dec. 58; Madagascar, Nov. 

80; Malawi, June 69; Mali, Sept. 

93; Morocco, Nov. 80; Niger, 

Aug. 90, Nov. 80; Poland, 

Senegal, Nov. 80; Tanzania, Aug. 

90; Trinidad and Tobago, Nov. 80 
Egypt (Walker), May 63, 64 
International debt (Brady), May 53, 

June 22 
Latin America: Kozak, June 61; 

Shultz, Jan. 11, Feb. 30 
Mexico (Baker), June 18, Oct. 77 
Multilateral development banks 

(Brady), June 22 
North-South conference (Baker), 

Sept. 5, 7, 8 
Philippines: Baker, Sept. 57; Lam- 

bertson, May 41 
Poland: Baker, Sept. 32; Bush, Sept. 

26; White House, Sept. 28 
Summit of the Arch: Baker, Sept. 4, 

65; Bush, Sept. 21; Economic dec- 
laration, Sept. 14 
Third World debt (Whitehead), Jan. 19 
Defense and national security (see also 
Armaments, U.S.; Security assist- 
ance, U.S.) 
Arms control issues (NAC), Aug. 28 
ANZUS treaty (Hawke), Oct. 61 
Defense and space talks (Cooper), 

Oct. 20 



Defense and national security (Cont'd) 

Defense budget: Apr. 31; Baker, Apr. 
28; Nov. 17, Dec. 18; Reagan, 
Feb. 7 

Military use and operating rights of 
the U.S. Government and Mar- 
shall Islands, bilateral agree- 
ment, Oct. 86 

Mutual logistical support, bilateral 
agreements: Canada, Sept. 93; 
Jordan, Jan. 50 

National security export controls 
(Wendt), Jan. 20 

NATO based short-range nuclear mis- 
siles (Baker), July 28, 29, 34, 35 

NATO Defense Planning Committee, 
Aug. 78 

NATO insensitive munitions informa- 
tion center, establishment and 
operation of, multilateral agree- 
ment: Canada, France, Nether- 
lands, Norway, U.K., U.S., Sept. 
93 

Nuclear missiles: Aug. 8; Baker, Dec. 
16; Bush, July 46 

Philippines, U.S. military bases agree- 
ment (Lambertson), May 45 

Reciprocal advance notification of 
major strategic exercises, 
bilateral agreement with Soviet 
Union, text, Nov. 20 

Security clearances (Baker), Apr. 31 

Security strategy for the 1990s 
(Bush), July 19 

Stealth bomber (Baker), Sept. 12, 
Dec. 18 

Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI): 
Apr. 3, 5; Baker, June 16, Nov. 
10, 11, 12, 15; Bush, May 15 

Strategic planning (Baker), Dec. 15 
Delors, Jacques, Feb. 27 
Democracy and democratic progress (see 
also names of individual 
countries): Baker, July 36; Bush, 
June 1, July 19, 47, Aug. 32, 38, 
48; Powell, Jan. 30; Quayle, Aug. 
53; Shultz, Jan. 10, Mar. 1 
Denmark: 

Treaties, agreements, etc., Mar. 91, 
92, May 86, 87, July 77, Aug. 89, 
Sept. 93 

Visit of Secretary Baker, Apr. 41 
Developing countries: 

Development program, support, grant 
agreement with Philippines, Oct. 
86 

Economic and democratic progress 
(Powell), Jan. 32 

Newly industrialized economies, Apr. 
36 

OECD final communique, Sept. 83 

Role in United Nations (Williamson), 
Feb. 70 

Summit of the Arch, economic declara- 
tion, Sept. 14 

Uruguay Round issues, Feb. 36 



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Diplomacy: 
Diplomatic matters, Vienna conven- 
tion (1961), South Africa, Dec. 59 
Diplomatic relations, bilateral agree- 
ments: Marshall Islands, 
Micronesia, Dec. 58 
Land lease and purchase for construc- 
tion of diplomatic facilities, 
bilateral agreement with Israel, 
May 88, July 78 
Dobriansky, Paula, June 35 
Dominica, recognition and enforcement 
of foreign arbitral awards, conven- 
tion (1958), Jan. 49 
Dominican Republic: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
May 69, Oct. 57 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Oct. 85, 
Dec. 58 
Drugs, narcotic (see also names of in- 
dividual countries): Shultz, Jan. 9 
Argentina, cooperative agreement for 
reducing demand, preventing 
abuse, and combating illicit 
production and traffic of drugs 
and psychotropic substances, 
Aug. 89 
Asia, production, trafficking, control 

(Wrobleski), Oct. 51 
Belize, mutual cooperation for reduc- 
ing demand, preventing illicit 
use, and combating illicit produc- 
tion and traffic of drugs, bilateral 
agreement, Apr. 63 
Certification for narcotics source and 
transit countries: Baker, May 68, 
Wrobleski, May 68, Oct. 49 
Cocaine, production, trafficking, con- 
trol efforts (Wrobleski), Oct. 50 
Cooperation to combat illegal nar- 
cotics trafficking, bilateral agree- 
ment with Soviet Union, Mar. 93 
Heroin, South Asia (Wrobleski), Oct. 

51, 52 
International cooperation in control ef- 
forts (Wrobleski), Oct. 53, 55 
International Narcotics Control 

Strategy Report, May 69 
Investigation of drug trafficking offen- 
ses and seizures and forfeiture of 
proceeds and instrumentalities of 
drug trafficking, bilateral agree- 
ment with U.K., June 69 
Latin America, trafficking: Baker, 
June 8, Oct. 13, 14; Bush, June 2; 
Wrobleski, Oct. 49, 53 
Marijuana, production, trafficking, con- 
trol (Wrobleski), Oct. 52 
U.S. production (Wrobleski), Oct. 50 
Medellin cartel and Noriega indict- 
ment (Eagleburger), Nov. 70, 74 
Money laundering (Bush), Dec. 10 



Drugs, narcotic (Cont'd) 

Morocco, joint cooperative agreement 
in fighting against international 
terrorism, organized crime, and 
the illicit production, trafficking, 
and abuse of narcotics, May 88 
Narcotic drugs and psychotropic sub- 
stances, control, bilateral agree- 
ment with the Bahamas, May 87 
OAS Drug Commission (Shultz), Jan. 

12 
Opium production and trafficking: 
Lambertson, May 41; Wrobleski, 
Oct. 54 
Paraguay, mutual cooperation for 
reducing demand, illicit produc- 
tion and traffic of drugs, bilateral 
agreement, Jan. 51 
Psychotropic substances, convention, 
1971: Canada, Feb. 83; Jamaica, 
Dec. 59 
Reducing demand, preventing illicit 
production and trafficking in 
drugs, bilateral agreements: 
Malaysia, July 78; Nigeria, May 
88 
Single convention on (1961), Jamaica, 

Dec. 59 
Summit of the Arch, economic declara- 
tion, Sept. 16 
Trafficking networks (Wrobleski), 

Oct. 52 
U.K., bilateral agreements re: An- 
guila, Mar. 93, Aug. 90; British 
Virgin Islands, Jan. 51, July 78; 
Cayman Islands, Mar. 93, July 
78; Monserrat, May 88, Nov. 80; 
Turks and Caicos Islands, Apr. 
63, Oct. 86 
United Nations Conference for the 
Adoption of a Convention 
Against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic 
Drugs and Psychotropic Substan- 
ces, Vienna, text, Apr. 49 
U.S. aid to Andean democracies, FY 
90, request (Baker), Apr. 20 



E 



Eagleburger, Lawrence S., July 49, Oct. 
37, 69, Nov. 67 

East- West relations: Baker, Apr. 18, 
30, May 56, June 10, Aug. 56, Sept. 
3; Bush, Aug. 82, Sept. 20; Mares- 
ca, May 36; Miller, Aug. 1; Mit- 
terand, Aug. 82; NAC, Feb. 45, 46, 
Aug. 19, 21, 23; Nitze, Apr. 47 

Economy, domestic, federal budget 
deficit: McCormack, July 50; 
Whitehead, Jan. 19 

Economy, world (see also Debt manage- 
ment; Developing countries; and In- 
vestment): Baker, July 24; Bush, 
May 16, Nov. 28, Dec. 8 



Economy, world (Cont'd) 

African Development Bank (Brady), 

June 24 
Asian Development Bank (Brady), 

June 24 
Cash transfer, grant agreement with 

Egypt, Dec. 58 
Creative responsibility sharing 

(Baker), Sept. 46 
European Community, Jan. 23 
Foreign direct investment, OECD 

final communique, Sept. 81 
Freedom and world prosperity 

(Bush), Dec. 8 
Group of 7: Baker, Sept. 51; Bush, 
May 9; Whitehead, Jan. 19 
Summit of the Arch, 15th economic 
summit, Paris, (July 1989): 
Baker, Sept. 63 
Declarations on: 

China, Sept. 2; Baker, Sept. 3, 

5 
East- West relations, Sept. 2; 

Baker, Sept. 3 
Economic declaration, text, 

Sept. 13 
Human rights, Sept. 1 
Terrorism, Sept. 2 
Review: Baker, Sept. 3; Bush, 
Sept. 17, 19 
Hungarian-American Enterprise 
Fund: Bush, Sept. 39; White 
House, Sept. 41 
Inter- American Development Bank 

(Brady), June 24 
Mexico, foreign direct investment, 

July 73 
Multilateral development banks, U.S. 
funding, FY 90, proposed 
(Brady), June 21, 29 
Polish-American Enterprise Fund: 
Baker, Sept. 29; Bush, Sept. 26; 
White House, Sept. 27 
Swap agreement, memo of under- 
standing with Argentina, Jan. 50 
Swap agreement between U.S. 
Treasury and Central Bank of 
Bolivia/Government of Bolivia, 
bilateral agreement, Oct. 85, Dec. 
58 
Swap agreement between U.S. 
Treasury and the Banco de 
Mexico/Government of Mexico, 
bilateral agreement, Dec. 58 
Swap agreement between U.S. 

Treasury and the Central Bank 
of Venezuela/Government of 
Venezuela, bilateral agreement, 
June 70 
U.S. and world economy: McCormack, 
July 49; Quayle, Aug. 53; 
Whitehead, Jan. 18 
U.S.-foreign direct investment, June 
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Economy, world (Cont'd) 

U.S. investment in China (Bush), 

May 13 
U.S. role (Bush), May 16 
Ecuador: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
Oct. 56 
International Atomic Energy Agency 
(IAEA), statute and amendment 
(1984), Mar. 91 
Education: 
Basic education strengthening, project 
grant agreement with Guatemala, 
Oct. 86 
Conference on Security and Coopera- 
tion in Europe (CSCE), follow-up 
meeting, concluding document, 
Mar. 33 
Science and engineering workforce 
(McCormack), July 52 
Egypt: 
Arab-Israeli peace process, 10-point 
plan (Baker), Nov. 31, 35, 38, 42, 
Dec. 45 
Cairo Water Supply II, bilateral 

agreement, Jan. 50 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
Oct. 58 
Telecommunications IV, bilateral 

agreement, Jan. 50 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 50, 
Feb. 74, 75, Apr. 62, June 68, 
69, July 77, Sept. 93, Oct. 85, 
Dec. 57, 58 
U.S. aid, FY 90, request: Baker, 

Apr. 20, Walker, May 62 
U.S. visits of President Mubarak: 
Baker, Dec. 45; Bush, Mubarak, 
June 40 
El Salvador: 
Democratic progress, Jan. 44; Bush, 
May 16, June 2; (Department), 
May 84; Shultz, Jan. 13 
Duarte, Jose Napoleon, Jan. 45, 46 
Economy (Department), Jan. 48 
Farabundo Marti National Liberation 
Front (FMLN) (Department), 
Jan. 45, 46 
Human rights: Department, Jan. 47; 

Kozak, June 65 
Terrorism (Department), Dec. 55 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 74, 

75, June 69, July 77, Sept. 93 
U.S. relations: Department, Jan. 48; 

Shultz, Jan. 13 
U.S. visit of President-elect Cristiani 
and Vice-President-elect Merino 
(White House), June 66 
Employment of dependents of official 
government employees, bilateral 
agreement with Botswana, July 77 



Energy: 
Coal/heavy oil coprocessing, bilateral 
agreement with Canada, May 87 
International Energy Agency (IEA), 
ministerial meeting, Paris (1989), 
communique, Sept. 83 
Oil and gas technology and export con- 
trols (Wendt), Jan. 21 
Private sector power, bilateral agree- 
ment with Pakistan, Jan. 51 
Environmental problems and control 
(see also Oil pollution): Baker, Apr. 
13, 14, 18; Bush, Nov. 28 
Acid rain, Baker, Apr. 28, 30; Bush, 
Apr. 27; Mulroney, Apr. 27, July 
46, 47 
Clean air legislation (Bush), July 47 
Conference on Security and Coopera- 
tion in Europe (CSCE), follow-up 
meeting, concluding document, 
Mar. 28 
Energy issues, IEA communique, 

Sept. 84 
German-U.S. cooperation (Bush), 

Aug. 39 
Global climate change: Baker, Apr. 

13; Mulroney, July 47 
Global efforts: Bush, Sept. 48; OECD 
final communique, Sept. 82; Van 
den Broek, Sept. 50, 51 
Hungary, regional environmental cen- 
ter: Bush, Sept. 40; White 
House, Sept. 41 
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate 
Change (IPCC), FY 90, U.S. 
funding, proposed (Vogelgesang), 
May 83 
Intervention on the high seas in cases 
of pollution by substances other 
than oil, protocol (1973), Egypt, 
June 68 
Long-range transboundary air pollu- 
tion, convention (1979), protocol 
(1984): Italy, Apr. 62; Poland, 
Feb. 74; Portugal, Apr. 62 
Protocol (1988): Austria, Belgium, Bul- 
garia, Byelorussian S.S.R., 
Canada, Czechoslovakia, Den- 
mark, Finland, Aug. 89; France, 
Aug. 89, Oct. 85; German 
Democratic Republic, Federal 
Republic of Germany, Greece, 
Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Liech- 
tenstein, Luxembourg, Aug. 89; 
Netherlands, Norway, Aug. 89, 
Dec. 59; Poland, Spain, Aug. 89; 
Soviet Union, Aug. 89, Oct. 85; 
Sweden, Switzerland, Ukrainian 
S.S.R., U.K., Aug. 89; U.S., 
Aug. 89, Sept. 93, Oct. 36 
Marine environment of the wider 
Caribbean region, convention 
(1983), Cuba, Jan. 50 



Environmental problems and control 
(Cont'd) 
Mexico-U.S. border issues: fact sheet, 
Dec. 6; U.S. -Mexico binational 
commission, joint communique, 
Oct. 82 
Nuclear simulation: Baker, Oct. 80; 
Reilly, Oct. 81; Solana, Oct. 80 
Multilateral development banks 

project (Brady), June 23, 24, 25 
Ozone layer, protection, convention 
(1985): Burkina Faso, Aug. 89; 
Cameroon, Chad, China, Dec. 57; 
German Democratic Republic, 
May 86; Ghana, Oct. 84; Greece, 
Apr. 62; Iceland, Dec. 57; 
Ireland, Italy, Feb. 74; Jordan, 
Aug. 89; Kenya, Feb. 74; Liech- 
tenstein, May 86; Malaysia, Dec. 
57; Malta, Feb. 74; Nigeria, Jan. 
50; Panama, May 86; Peru, Aug. 
89; Thailand, Oct. 84; Trinidad 
and Tobago, Tunisia, Dec. 57; 
U.S., Feb. 74; Uruguay, May 86 
Montreal protocol (1987): Australia, 
Aug. 89; Austria, Feb. 74, July 
77; Belgium, Mar. 92; Burkina 
Faso, Feb. 74, Oct. 84; 
Byelorussian S.S.R., Mar. 92; 
Cameroon, Dec. 57; Congo, 
Feb, 74; Denmark, European 
Community, France, Mar. 92; 
German Democratic Republic, 
May 86; Federal Republic of 
Germany, Mar. 92; Ghana, May 
86; Greece, Mar. 92; Hungary, 
July 77; Iceland, Dec. 57; 
Ireland, Feb. 74, Mar. 92; 
Italy, Mar. 92; Jordan, Aug. 
89; Kenya, Feb. 74; Liech- 
tenstein, May 86; Malaysia, 
Dec. 57; Malta, Feb. 74, Apr. 
62; Netherlands, Nigeria, Mar. 
92; Panama, May 86; Philip- 
pines, Feb. 74; Singapore, June 
68; Soviet Union, Feb. 74; 
Spain, Mar. 92; Switzerland, 
Mar. 92; Thailand, Feb. 74, 
Oct. 84; Trinidad and Tobago, 
Tunisia, Dec. 57; Uganda, Feb. 
74; U.K., Mar. 92; Venezuela, 
May 86 
Philippines Multilateral Assistance Ini- 
tiative (Baker), Sept. 57 
Poland, air and water pollution, U.S. 
aid package: Baker, Sept. 32; 
Bush, Sept. 27; White House, 
Sept. 28 
Pollution in Bering and Chukchi Seas, 
combating in emergency situa- 
tions, bilateral agreement with 
Soviet Union, July 78, Oct. 86 
Prevention of marine pollution by 
dumping of wastes and other mat- 
ter, convention (1978), Portugal, 
July 77 



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Environmental problems and control 
(Cont'd) 
Prevention of pollution from ships, in- 
ternational convention (1973): 
Annex V: pollution by garbage 
(1973): Algeria, Belgium, 
China, Suriname, June 68 
Protocol (1978): Algeria, June 68; 
Cyprus, Dec. 59; Suriname, 
Syria, Apr. 62; U.K. (extended 
to Gibraltar), June 68; 
Vanuatu, Oct. 84 
Prohibition of military or other en- 
vironmental modification tech- 
niques, convention (1977), An- 
tigua and Barbuda, Feb. 73 
Summit of the Arch: Bush, Sept. 18; 

economic declaration, Sept. 14 
Tropical rain forest protective 

measures (Brady), June 24 
U.S. -Canada bilateral concerns: Bush, 

Mulroney, Apr. 27 
Water supply and flood control in the 
Souris River Basin (1989), 
bilateral agreement with Canada, 
Dec. 58 
World Environment Day (Bush), Oct. 
36 
Equatorial Guinea, treaties, agree- 
ments, etc., Oct. 84, Dec. 58 
Estonia: 
Cultural and political history 

(Dobriansky), June 35, 38 
U.S. policy toward (Dobriansky), 
June 37 
Ethics issues (Baker), Apr. 30 
Ethiopia: 

Human rights issues (Brown), May 29 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Aug. 88, 
Nov. 79 
Europe (see also East- West relations; 
European Community and names 
of individual countries): 
American military forces stationed in 

(Baker), Aug. 12 
Conference on Security and Coopera- 
tion in Europe (CSCE); Aug. 7, 
9; Ledogar, May 34; NAC, Feb. 
44, 45, Aug. 23; Shultz, Mar. 8, 50 
Conference on the Human Dimen- 
sion, Paris (1989), Abram, 
Sept. 88 
Follow-up meeting, Vienna (1986- 
1989), concluding document: 
Mar. 21; Reagan, Mar. 22; Zim- 
merman, Mar. 25 
Conventional arms negotiations, 

Mar. 26 
Cultural exchanges, Mar. 33 
Education, Mar. 33 
Environmental problems and con- 
trol, Mar. 28 
Fourth follow-up meeting, Hel- 
sinki, 1992, Mar. 34 
Helsinki Final Act, Mar. 22 



Europe (Cont'd) 

Human dimension, Mar. 34, 46 
Human contacts, Mar. 30 
Human rights, Mar. 23 
Industrial cooperation, Mar. 27 
Information access, Mar. 32 
Mediterranean area security, 

Mar. 30 
Migrant workers, Mar. 29 
Science and technology, Mar. 28 
Stockholm conference (1984- 

1986), assessment, Mar. 26 
Terrorism, Mar. 23 
Tourism, Mar. 29 
Trade relations, Mar. 27 
Transportation, Mar. 29 
Follow-up meeting, Vienna (1986- 
89), concluding document, an- 
nexes: 
Annex I, Meeting of experts on 
peaceful settlement of dis- 
putes, Mar. 35 
Annex II, Negotiations on con- 
fidence- and security-building 
measures, March 1989, Mar. 
36 
Annex III, Negotiations on con- 
ventional armed forces in 
Europe, Vienna (1989), Mar. 
36 
Annex IV, Meetings concerning 
the course of the negotiation 
on conventional armed forces 
in Europe, Mar. 39 
Annex V, Conference on 
economic co-operation in 
Europe, Mar. 39 
Annex VI, Meeting on the protec- 
tion of the environment, 
Mar. 41 
Annex VII, Meeting on the 
Mediterranean, Mar. 42 
Annex VIII, Information forum, 

Mar. 43 
Annex IX, Symposium on the cul- 
tural heritage, Mar. 45 
Annex X, Conference on the 

human dimension, Mar. 46 
Annex XI, Chairman's statement, 
Mar. 50 
Helsinki Final Act and the Madrid 
and Vienna concluding docu- 
ments, semi-annual report, 
released, Dec. 60 
Information Forum, London 1989 
(Marks), Sept. 86 
Confidence- and security-building 
measures (CSBMs), negotiations, 
Vienna: Baker, May 56; Bush, 
May 33; Department, Aug. 74; 
Maresca, May 35; White House, 
July 44, Nov. 46 



Europe (Cont'd) 

Conventional armed forces in Europe 
(CFE), negotiations: Aug. 9; 
Baker, May 56, 59, Nov. 13; 
Bush, May 33; Ledogar, May.33, 
Sept. 75; Western position paper, 
May 34; White House, July 45, 
Sept. 76, Nov. 46 
Eastern: Bush, Aug. 38, 39, Sept. 7 
(quoted), 21, 48; Solomon, Feb. 42 
Foreign Relations of the United 
States, 1952-1954, Volume 
VIII, Eastern Europe; the 
Soviet Union; the Eastern 
Mediterranean, released, Jan. 
53 
Freedom of expression (Marks), 

Sept. 87 
Reform movement and U.S. sup- 
port (Baker), Aug. 42, Sept. 7, 
10, 51, 52, Nov. 40, 43, Dec. 20 
Relations with European Com- 
munity (Eagleburger), Oct. 39 
Strategic technology exports 

(Baker), Sept. 7 
U.S. aid, Soviet view (Baker), Nov. 

2 
Warsaw Pact relations (Baker), 
Dec. 28, 29 
Mutual and balanced force reductions 
talks, concluded: Apr. 25; 
Ledogar, May 34 
Western, and U.S. relations: Bush, 
July 18, Aug. 11; Eagleburger, 
Oct. 37 
European Atomic Energy Community 
(EURATOM): 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Oct. 85 
U.S. cooperation (Bush), June 44 
European Communities (EC) Commis- 
sion: 
Legislation on trade barriers (Lamb), 

Feb. 32 
Ministerial meeting, Brussels (1988): 

Delors, Shultz, Feb. 27 
U.S. visit of Jacques Delors (White 
House), Aug. 83 
European Community (Baker), Apr. 12, 
18 
Agriculture policy: Delors, Feb. 29; 
Lamb, Feb. 35; Shultz, Feb. 29 
Background and institutions, Jan. 27 
Defense procurement (Shultz), Feb. 29 
Program and goals, Jan. 23 
Relations with Eastern Europe 

(Eagleburger), Oct. 39 
Trade issues, Lamb, Feb. 31, 33; Wal- 

lis, Feb. 31 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Mar. 92, 

July 77, Oct. 85 
U.S. relations: Jan. 24; Eagleburger, 
Oct. 37; Hippler Bello, Holmer, 
Mar. 12 
European Free Trade Association 
(Lamb), Feb. 32 



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Farrand, Robert W., May 32 
Fiji (Department), Feb. 60 
U.S. aid, FY 90, request (Clark), 
May 52 
Finland, treaties, agreements, etc., 
Mar. 91, 92, July 77, Aug. 88, 89, 
90, Nov. 79, Dec. 57, 58 
Fish and fisheries: 
Conservation of Atlantic tunas, inter- 
national convention (1966), 
protocol (1984): Cuba, Ghana, 
May 86; Venezuela, June 68 
Cooperation in ensuring safety and 
wholesomeness of fresh and 
frozen oysters, clams, and mus- 
sels, exported to U.S. from 
Chile, bilateral agreement with 
Chile, July 77 
Faroese fishing in fisheries off coast 
of U.S., bilateral agreement with 
Denmark, July 77 
Fisheries off the coasts of the U.S., 
bilateral agreement with: 
European Economic Community, 
July 77, Oct. 85; Iceland, July 77, 
Oct. 86; Korea, July 78, Sept. 93 
International fishing in U.S. waters 

(Wolfe), July 56 
Mutual fisheries relations, bilateral 
agreement with Soviet Union, 
Feb. 76 
Pacific Islands regional fisheries 

treaty (1987): New Zealand, Feb. 
73; Tonga, Sept. 93; U.S., Feb. 
73; Western Samoa, Mar. 91 
Pacific salmon, treaty, bilateral agree- 
ment amending Annex IV, with 
Canada, June 69 
Salmon and tuna fisheries, conserva- 
tion issues (Wolfe), July 57, 58 
U.S. bilateral fisheries relationships 
(Wolfe), July 57 
Food and Drug Administration (FDA), 
Chilean fruit in U.S. markets: 
Baker, U.S. -Chile joint statement, 
May 85 
Foreign affairs, U.S. See Diplomacy and 

Foreign policy, U.S. 
Foreign aid, U.S. (see also 

Humanitarian aid and Security as- 
sistance, U.S.): Powell, Jan. 31 
Burma (Lambertson), May 42 
Cambodian noncommunist resistance 

(Lambertson), May 38 
Colombia, anti-drug support package 

(Bush), Oct. 47 
Communications development assist- 
ance, July 63 
Development assistance (definition), 

June 61 
Economic support fund (ESF), June 61 
Food for Peace (PL 480), June 61 
International affairs, FY 90 budget, 
request: 



Foreign aid, U.S. (Cont'd) 
Foreign assistance funding 

programs (Baker), Apr. 20 
East Asia and the Pacific (Clark), 

May 49 
Latin America and the Caribbean 
(Kozak), June 59, 62 (chart), 
64 (chart) 
Middle East (Walker), May 61 
Migration and refugee assistance 

programs (Moore), May 72 
Southwest Asia and Persian Gulf 

(Burleigh), May 66 
Sub-Saharan Africa (Rosenberg), 
July 39 
Foreign operations (Baker), Apr. 20 
International organizations and 
programs (Vogelgesang), 
May 81 
Philippines: Apr. 37; Lambertson, 
May 46 
Multilateral Assistance Initiative 
(MAI): Clark, May 51; Lam- 
bertson, May 47 
Foreign policy, U.S.: Baker, June 8; 
Perkins, Sept. 70 
Africa, Sub-Saharan (Rosenberg), 

July 40 
Agenda (Baker), Apr. 16 
American Foreign Policy: Foreign Af- 
fairs Press Briefings, 1984, Sup- 
plement, released, Feb. 77 
Biological weapons (Holmes), July 43, 

Oct. 22 
Bipartisanship (Baker) May 24, 

June 9 
El Salvador, military assistance, Jan. 

44 
European Community, Jan. 24 
50th anniversary, Department of 

State Bulletin, July 1 
Human rights issues (Lister), Jan. 36 
Initiatives (Baker), May 10 
Regional conflicts and influence of 
U.S. support (Powell), Jan. 30 
Soviet Union and perestroika (Baker), 

Dec. 10, 12 
Trade relations and export controls 

(Wendt), Jan. 21 
UN peacekeeping activities and U.S. 

support (Powell), Jan. 30 
U.S. refugee program (Moore), May 
72 
Foreign Relations of the United States, 
1952-1954, Volume VIII, Eastern 
Europe; the Soviet Union; the East- 
ern Mediterranean, released, Jan. 
53 
Foreign Relations of the United States, 
1952-1954, Volume X, Iran (1951- 
1954), released, Aug. 93 
Foreign Relations of the United States, 
1955-1957, Volume V, Austrian 
State Treaty; Summit and Foreign 
Ministers' Meetings, 1955, released, 
Apr. 64 



Foreign Relations of the United States, 
1955-1957, Volume XIII, Near 
East: Jordan-Yemen, released, 
Apr. 65 
Foreign Relations of the United States, 
1955-1957, Volume XIV, Arab-Is- 
raeli Dispute, 1955, released, Aug. 
92 
Foreign Relations of the United States, 
1955-1957, Volume XV, Arab-Is- 
raeli Dispute, Jan. 1-July 26, 1956, 
released, Aug. 93 
Foreign Relations of the United States, 
1955-1957, Volume XVIII, Africa, 
released, July 80 
Foreigyi Relations of the United States, 
1955-1957, Volume XXIV, Soviet 
Union; Eastern Mediterranean, 
released, July 80 
Foreign Relatioyis of the United Sates, 
Supplement, Memoranda of the 
Secretary of State, 1949-1951, and 
Meetings and Visits of Foreign Dig- 
nitaries, 1949-1952, microfiche pub- 
lication, released, Apr. 65 
France: 
Treaties and agreements, Feb. 74, 
Mar. 92, May 87, June 69, Aug. 
89, Sept. 93, Oct. 85, 86, Dec. 57 
U.S. visit of President Mitterand: 

Bush, Mitterand, Aug. 79 
Visit of Secretary Baker (Baker), 
Apr. 42 
Freedom: Baker, Apr. 11, May 56, Aug. 
6; Bush, July 21, Sept. 22, 33, 47, 
53, 86 (quoted), Oct. 41, Nov. 27, 
Dec. 8; Powell, Jan. 30 
Freedom of expression: Abram, Sept. 

88; Marks, Sept. 86 
Friedersdorf , Max L. , June 19 
Fund for Special Operations, U.S. fund- 
ing, FY 90, request (Brady), June 
29 



G 



Gabon, treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 
74, May 87, June 69, Aug. 88, 90, 
Sept. 93 
Gambia, The, protection of victims of in- 
ternational armed conflict, June 68 
Geneva conventions on treatment of 
armed forces, civilian persons, and 
prisoners of war (1949), Kiribati, 
June 68 
Protocol I (1977) re protection of vic- 
tims of international armed con- 
flict: The Gambia, June 68; 
Greece, Hungary, Malta, Aug. 
89; Nigeria, Solomon Islands, 
May 86; Spain, Aug. 89 



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Geneva conventions on treatment of 
armed forces, civilian persons, and 
prisoners of war (19^9) (Cont'd) 
Protocol II (1977) re protection of vic- 
tims of non-international armed 
conflicts: The Gambia, June 69; 
Hungary, Malta, Aug. 89; 
Nigeria, Solomon Islands, May 
86; Spain, Aug. 89 
Genocide, prevention and punishment, 
convention (1948): Antigua and Bar- 
buda, Feb. 73; Korea, Democratic 
People's Republic of, May 86; 
Libya, Aug. 89; U.S. Feb. 73; 
Yemen, June 68 
German Democratic Republic: 
Berlin Wall, Aug. 58 
Reunification with West and NATO in- 
volvement (Baker), Dec. 28 
Treaties, agreements, etc., May 86, 
87, July 77, Aug. 88, 89, Oct. 84 
Germany, Federal Republic of (Bush), 
Apr. 6 
Joint and U.S. services program for 
testing and evaluation of IFFN 
system, bilateral agreement, 
Nov. 79 
Libyan chemical weapons plant: 
Baker, Apr. 22, 39; Bar- 
tholomew, Sept. 76; Department, 
Mar. 71; Shultz, Mar. 53 
Loans to Eastern Europe and Soviet 

Union (Baker), June 17 
Nicaraguan aid (Baker), June 15 
Reunification issues (Baker), Dec. 20, 

28 
Short-range nuclear missile forces 
deployment, Baker, Apr. 39, July 
22, 24, 28, 34, Aug. 13, 14 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 74, 
Mar. 92, May 87, June 69, July 
77, Aug. 89, 90, Nov. 79, Dec. 58 
U.S. relations, Baker, Apr. 21, June 
17, July 28; Bush, Aug. 34, 38; 
Kohl, Aug. 33 
U.S. visit of Chancellor Kohl: Kohl, 

Reagan, Mar. 56 
Visit of Secretary Baker (Baker), 
Apr. 39 
Ghana, treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 

50, May 86, June 68, 69, Oct. 84 
Gorbachev, Mikhail S.: 
Soviet Union: 
Human rights, Mar. 61 (quoted) 
Rule of law, Jan. 7 (quoted) 
U.S. relations, Mar. 55 
U.S. visit (Reagan), Feb. 3 
Greece: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
Oct. 58 
Foreign Relations of the United 
States, 1955-1957, Volume 
XXIV, Soviet Union; Eastern 
Mediterranean, released, July 80 



Greece (Coyit'd) 
Terrorism and counterterrorism: 
Department, Feb. 62; Shultz, 
Feb. 48 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Mar. 92, 

Apr. 62, Aug. 89, 90 
U.S. -Greek defense agreement, ex- 
pires (Department), Feb. 47 
Visit of Secretary Baker: Baker, 
Papandreou, Apr. 41 
Grenada, treaties, agreements, etc., 

Sept. 93, Oct. 84 
Guatemala: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
May 70, Oct. 57 
Judicial reforms (Kozak), June 65 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Apr. 62, 
Oct. 86 
Guinea-Bissau, treaties, agreements, 

etc., Oct. 84, Dec. 57 
Guyana: 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Oct. 86, 

Dec. 58 
U.S. economic aid (Kozak), June 65 



H 



Haiti: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
May 69, Oct. 57 
Treaties, agreements, etc., July 76, 

77, Nov. 79 
U.S. policy (Kozak), June 64 
Hank Gonzalez, Carlos, Oct. 81 
Hannibalsson, Jon Baldvin, Apr. 38 
Hawke, Robert J. L., Oct. 60 
Helsinki Human Rights Day, 1989, 

proclamation (Bush), Oct. 42 
Higgins, William R., murder in 

Lebanon, Oct. 66 
Hills, Carla, June 30, Nov. 53, 55 
Hippler Bello, Judith, Mar. 11 
Holmer, Alan F., Mar. 11 
Holmes, H. Allen, June 52, July 43, 

Oct. 22 
Honduras: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
May 7, Oct. 57 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 75, 
May 87, July 77, Oct. 86 
Hong Kong: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
May 71, Oct. 59 
Economic development, Apr. 36 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Mar. 92, 
Oct. 86, Nov. 80 
Howe, Sir Geoffrey, Apr. 38 
Howland, Nina D., Feb. 16 



Human rights {see also Europe: Con- 
ference on Security and Coopera- 
tion in Europe (CSCE): Bush, Aug. 
49; U.S. -Soviet joint statement, 
Nov. 8 

Afghanistan, Mar. 85 

Africa: Brown, May 31; Farrand, May 
32 

Baltic states (Dobriansky), June 36 

Bulgaria: Abram, Sept. 88; Depart- 
ment, NATO, Oct. 43, Nov. 59; 
White House, Sept. 90 

Burma (Lambertson), May 42 

Burundi (Brown), May 27 

Cambodia (Lambertson), May 40 

China: Baker, May 10; Bush, May 6 

Conference on the Human Dimension. 
Paris, (1989) (Abram), Sept. 88 

Convention against torture and other 
cruel, inhuman, or degrading 
treatment or punishment (1984): 
Algeria, Australia, Finland, Nov. 
79; Guinea, Dec. 58; Italy, Apr. 
62; Libya, Aug. 89; Netherlands, 
May 87; Poland, Nov. 79; Por- 
tugal, May 87; U.K., Mar. 92; 
Yugoslavia, June 69 

Cuba: Apr. 59; Bush, May 83; Kozak, 
Nov. 76; Lister, Jan. 37; Schifter, 
Oct. 41; Valladares, Dec. 54 

Czechoslovakia (Abram), Sept. 89 

El Salvador: Jan. 47; Kozak, June 65 

Ethiopia (Brown), May 30 

Genocide Convention Implementation 
Act, 1987, signing: Reagan, Jan. 
38; White House, Jan. 39 

Indochinese refugees (Eagleburger), 
Oct. 70 

International covenant on civil and 
political rights (1966), Algeria, 
Nov. 79 

International covenant on economic, 
social, and cultural rights (1966), 
Algeria, Nov. 74 

International convention on genocide 
(White House), Jan. 39 

Kenya (Brown), May 27 

Liberia (Brown), May 27 

Mozambique (Brown), May 27 

Nongovenmental organizations, role 
of (Lister), Jan. 37 

Philippines (Lambertson), May 45 

Racial discrimination, elimination of, 
convention (1965): Antigua and 
Barbuda, Feb. 74; Mauritania, 
Mar. 92; Yemen, June 68 

Religious freedom (Baker), July 29 

Romania (Abram), Sept. 89 

Somalia (Brown), May 30 

South Africa: Brown, May 31; 
Perkins, Sept. 71 

Soviet Union: Abram, Sept. 88; 

Baker, July 29, Nov. 14; Shultz, 
Feb. 7, 47, Mar. 52; Solomon, 
Feb. 40; White House, Mar. 69 



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Human rights (Cont'd) 
Sudan (Brown), May 30 
Uganda (Brown), May 27 
U.S. goals and objectives: Abram, 

Sept. 89; Lister, Jan. 36 
Universal Declaration of Human 

Rights (1968), 40th anniversary: 

Reagan, Mar. 66; Schifter, Mar. 

59; Walters, Mar. 68; Whitehead, 

Mar. 64; Williamson, Mar. 61 
Human Rights Dav, Bill of Rights Day, 
and Human Rights Week, 1988, 
proclamation (Reagan), Mar. 67 
Humanitarian aid (Moore), May 73 

Afghanistan, Mar. 89 
Hungary: 
Democratic progress: Baker, Dec, 29; 

Bush, Sept. 36, 37; White House, 

Aug. 78, Dec. 39 
Iron Curtain barbed wire, presenta- 
tion by Premier Nemeth, Sept. 43 
Summit of the Arch, declaration on 

East-West relations: Baker, 

Sept. 4, 11, 46; Bush, Sept. 39; 

text, Sept. 2; White House, Sept. 

41 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 75, 

May 87, July 77, Aug. 88, 89, 

Oct. 86, Nov. 80 
U.S. aid for reform efforts: Baker, 

Sept. 4, 11, 46, Nov. 38; White 

House, Dec. 39 
U.S. relations (Bush), Sept. 46 
Visit of Secretary Baker, Sept. 37 
Hussein I, July 54 



I 



Iceland: 
Treaties, agreements, etc., July 77, 

Oct. 86, Dec. 57 
Visit of Secretary Baker: Baker, Han- 
nibalsson, Apr. 38 
Immigration, Mexico: July 75; Solana, 
Oct. 81; U.S. -Mexico binational com- 
mission, joint communique, Oct. 82 
Import duties increase on certain 
Brazilian products, proclamation 
(Reagan), Jan. 49 
India: 
Afghanistan, involvement in, Mar. 83 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
Oct. 56 
Nuclear weapons development 

(Baker), Aug. 69 
Pakistan, U.S. arms sales (Schaffer), 

Oct. 65 
Treaties, agreements, etc., May 86, 

July 78, Aug. 90, Nov. 80 
U.S. relations (Bush), May 6 
Indonesia: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
May 71, Oct. 59 



Indonesia (Cont'd) 

Economic development, Apr. 37 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 74, 
75, Mar. 92, July 77, Sept. 93, 
Dec. 57 
U.S. aid, FY 90, request (Clark), 
May 52 
Industrial property, Paris convention 
for the protection of industrial 
property (1967), Lesotho, Oct. 85 
Information exchange, bilateral agree- 
ment with U.K., Feb. 76 
Information technology, multilateral 
development banks project funding 
(Brady), June 26 
Intellectual property: 
Berne convention for protection of 
literary and artistic works: Hills, 
Nov. 56; Reagan, Jan. 35 
GATT trade negotiation issues (Hills), 

June 31 
1988 Trade Act: Hippler Bello, Hol- 

mer, Mar. 12 
Rights enforcement (Hills), Nov. 58 
Royalty fees for U.S. origin defense 
articles, bilateral agreement with 
Korea, Oct. 86 
Tax reimbursement, bilateral agree- 
ment with World Intellectual 
Property Organization, Mar. 93 
Trade-related issues (Hills), Nov. 55 
Uruguay Round issues: Feb. 36; 

Hills, Nov. 55 
U.S. bilateral initiatives (Hills), Nov. 

58 
World Intellectual Property Organiza- 
tion, convention (1967), Malaysia, 
Feb. 74 
Inter- American Development Bank 
(IDB) (Brady), June 24, 30 
U.S. funding, FY 90, request 
(Brady), June 29 
Inter- American Investment Corporation 
(IIC), U.S. funding, FY 90, request 
(Brady), June 29 
Interdependence of modern world: 
Solomon, Feb. 38; Shultz, Jan. 9, 
12; Thatcher, Jan. 10 (quoted) 
International Atomic Energy Agency 
(IAEA), U.S. funding, FY 90, 
proposed (Vogelgesang), May 82 
IAEA Statute (1956), amendment 

(1984), Burma, Feb. 73 
Safeguards in connection with the 
treaty for prohibition of nuclear 
weapons in Latin America, 
bilateral agreement with IAEA, 
May 87 
Tax reimbursement agreement, July 
78 
International Bank for Reconstruction 
and Development (IBRD): 
Articles of agreement (1944), Angola, 
Dec. 59 



International Bank for Reconstruction 

and Development (IBRD) (Cont'd) 

Debt management programs: Brady, 

May 55; Bush, Dec. 8 
Monetary debt policy reforms 

(Brady), June 22 
Philippines, aid to (Lambertson), May 

49 
Poland, loans to: Bush, Sept. 26; 

White House, Sept. 28 
U.S. funding, FY 90, request 
(Brady), June 29 
International Conference on Cambodia, 
Paris, (1989). See under Cambodia 
International Conference on Indochinese 
Refugees, Geneva (1989). See under 
Refugees 
International Development Association 
(IDA), U.S. funding, FY 90, re- 
quest (Brady), June 29 
International Drug Enforcement Con- 
ference (IDEC) (Wrobleski), Oct. 51 
International Energy Agency (IEA), 
ministerial meeting, Paris (1989), 
communique, Sept. 83 
International Finance Corporation 
(Brady), June 28 
U.S. funding, FY 90, request 
(Brady), June 29 
International Maritime Organization 

(IMO), May 86 
International Monetary Fund (IMF): 
Articles of agreement (1944), Angola, 

Dec. 59 
Debt management programs: Brady, 

May 55; Bush, Dec. 8 
Philippines aid (Lambertson), May 49 
International Monetary Fund (IMF) En- 
hanced Structural Adjustment 
Facility, U.S. funding, FY 90, 
proposed (Brady), June 21, 27, 29 
International Narcotics Control 

Strategy Report (INCSR): May 69; 
Wrobleski, Oct. 49 
International Natural Rubber Organiza- 
tion, tax reimbursement, bilateral 
agreement, Feb. 75 
International Tropical Timber Organiza- 
tion (ITTO) tax reimbursement, 
bilateral agreement, Apr. 63 
Investment: 
Mutual exchange, U.S. -Mexico Bina- 
tional Commission, joint communi- 
que, Oct. 84 
Reciprocal encouragement and protec- 
tion, bilateral agreements: 
Bangladesh, Cameroon, Grenada, 
Sept. 93; Zaire, Sept. 94 
U.S. -Canada free trade agreement, 
Oct. 1 
Investment of private capital abroad: 
Hungary: Baker, Sept. 4, 11, 39, 46; 
White House, Sept. 41, Dec 39 
Investment incentive, bilateral agree- 
ment with Marshall Islands, May 



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Investment of private capital abroad 
(Cont'd) 

Philippines Multilateral Assistance Ini- 
tiative (Baker), Sept. 57 

Poland: Baker, Sept. 29, 32, Nov. 40, 
41; Bush, June 4 
Iran (Bush), Apr. 5 

Afghanistan, involvement in, Mar. 84 

Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
Oct. 56 

Foreign Relations of the United 
States, 1952-1954, Volume X, 
Iran (1951-1951).), released, Aug. 
93 

Normalization of relations, U.S. 
terms (Bush), Aug. 47, 49 

Preventing collisions at sea, interna- 
tional regulations, convention 
(1972), June 68 

Rushdie, Salman, death threats: 
Adams, May 78; Baker, May 78 
(quoted); Bush, May 79 (quoted); 
Department, May 78, 79 (quoted) 

Preventing collisions at sea, interna- 
tional regulations convention 
(1972), June 68 

U.S. hostages in Lebanon: Baker, 
Aug. 57; Bush, Oct. 68; Kelly, 
Nov. 63; Reagan, Feb. 6 

U.S. -Iran claims settlement (Depart- 
ment), Nov. 60 

U.S. relations: Baker, Oct. 13, 14, 
Dec. 19; Kelly, Oct. 44 
Iran arms and contra aid controversy 

(Bremer), Feb. 61 
Iraq: 

Treaties, agreements, etc., Mar. 91, 
Aug. 90 

U.S.S. Stark, claims resulting from at- 
tack on, bilateral agreement, 
June 69 
Ireland: 

Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 74, 
Mar. 92, Aug. 89, Sept. 93 

U.S. visit of Prime Minister Haughey 
(Bush), June 39 
Israel (see also Arab-Israeli conflict and 
Middle East): 

Cooperation in the fields of social serv- 
ices and human development, 
bilateral agreement, Feb. 75 

Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 74, 
Mar. 92, May 88, July 78, Sept. 
93, Dec. 57 

U.S. aid, FY 90, request: Baker, 
Apr. 20; Walker, May 61 

U.S. relations: Arens, Baker, May 63 

U.S. visit of Defense Minister Rabin 
(White House), Aug. 84 

U.S. visit of Prime Minister Shamir: 
Bush, June 42; Shamir, June 43 

West Bank elections, Likud Party 
position (Baker), Sept. 6, 12, 30, 
32, 52, 61, Nov. 36 



Italy: 
Nicaraguan aid (Baker), June 15 
Profile, Dec. 43 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 74, 

75, Mar. 92, Apr. 62, June 68, 

July 76, Aug. 89, Sept. 93, Oct. 

84, Dec. 58 
U.S. relations (Bush), Aug. 12 
U.S. visit of President Cossiga: Bush, 

Cossiga, Dec. 42 
Visit of Secretary Baker, Aug. 12 
Ivory Coast. See Cote dTvoire 



Jamaica: 

Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 

May 70, Oct. 54, 58 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Mar. 92, 

May 88, July 78, Dec. 57, 58 
Japan: 

FSX Aircraft, codevelopment: Bush, 

July 48, Oct. 32; Eagleburger, 

July 49 
Investment in U.S., Apr. 35 
Japanese Red Army terrorist group, 

Nov. 64 
Philippines, multilateral assistance ini- 
tiative: Bush, May 8; Lam- 

bertson, May 48 
Trade relations with U.S.: Apr. 34, 

Sept. 78; Hippler Bello, Holmer, 

Mar. 12, 13 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 73, 

75, May 88, June 69, Aug. 90, 

Nov. 80 
U.S. relations: Baker, Apr. 24, May 

2, Aug. 65, Bush, May 6, 9, 22 
U.S. visit of Prime Minister Kaifu: 

Bush, Nov. 51; Kaifu, Nov. 52 
U.S. visit of Prime Minister 

Takeshita: Bush, Apr. 32; 

Takeshita, Apr. 33 
Visits of Secretary Baker, May 1, 

Sept. 56 
Jordan: 

Profile, July 54 

Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 50, 

Aug. 89, Sept. 93 
U.S. aid, FY 90, request (Walker), 

May 64 
U.S. visit of King Hussein I: Bush, 

July 53; Hussein, July 54 
Judicial matters: 

Child abduction, international, civil 

aspects, convention (1980): Belize, 

Sept. 93; Norway, Apr. 62; 

Sweden, July 76; U.S., Jan. 50 
Execution of judicial matters, bilateral 

agreement with Thailand, Feb. 76 
Extradition treaties (Shultz), Jan. 5 



Judicial matters (Cont'd) 

International Court of Justice, compul- 
sory jurisdiction, Guinea-Bissau, 
Dec. 57 

Letters rogatory, inter- American con- 
vention (1975): U.S., Jan. 50 
Additional protocol (1979): U.S., 
Jan. 50 

Mutual assistance in criminal matters, 
bilateral agreement with Nigeria, 
Nov. 80 

Service abroad of judicial and ex- 
trajudicial documents in civil and 
commercial matters, convention 
(1965): Canada, Feb. 73; Pakis- 
tan, Mar. 91 

Taking of evidence abroad in civil or 
commercial matters, convention 
(1970), Mexico, Oct. 84 

Transfer of sentenced prisoners, con- 
vention (1983): Italy, Sept. 93; 
Malta, Feb. 74 



K 



Kaifu, Toshiki, Nov. 52 
Keel, Alton G., Jr., Aug. 18 
Kelly, John H., Oct. 44, Nov. 61 
Kenya: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
Oct. 59 
Human rights issues (Brown), May 29 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 74, 
75, May 86 
Khalifa, Mohammad bin Mubarak al-, 

Oct 66 
Kiribati, Geneva convention relative to 
the protection of civilian persons in 
time of war, June 68 
Kohl, Helmut, Mar. 56, Aug. 33 
Korea, Democratic People's Republic of: 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Mar. 91, 

May 86, 87, Aug. 88 
U.S. relations: Oct. 31; Bush, May, 
21; Department, Jan. 17 
Korea, Republic of: 
Ambassadorial appointment (Baker), 

July 29 
Democratic progress: Oct. 30; Bush, 

May 20, 22 
Dialogues with North Korea, Oct. 31 
Economic development: Apr. 36; 

Bush, May 20 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 74, 
Mar. 91, May 88, July 78, Sept. 
93, Oct. 86 
Unification proposal (Bush), May 19, 

21 
U.S. relations: Oct. 30; Bush, May 17, 

18, 20 
U.S. troops in (Bush), May 16, 19 
Kozak, Michael G., June 59, Nov. 79 
Kuwait, treaties, agreements, etc., Mar. 
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Lamb, Denis, Feb. 31 

Lambertson, David F., May 37, 40, 43, 

Dec. 37 
Landau, Sonia, June 48 
Laos: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
May 71, Oct. 59 
Refugees, Conference on Indochinese 

Refugees, Oct. 72 
Suppression of unlawful seizure of 

aircraft, convention, June 68 
U.S. relations (Solomon), Nov. 49 
Latin America (see also names of in- 
dividual countries): 
Caribbean region: 
Caribbean Basin Initiative, Baker, 

June 7, 8; Kozak, June 64 
Economic development and telecom- 
munications (Borg), Mar. 17 
U.S. aid, FY 90, request: Baker, 
Apr. 20; Kozak, June 59 
Central America: Baker, Apr. 12, 17, 
28, 29; Bush, Apr. 6 
Central American peace plan 
(Arias/Esquipulas II agree- 
ment): Baker, June 7, 10, Oct. 
79, 82; Bush, May 16; Central 
American Presidents joint decla- 
rations, Alajuela, June 57, El 
Tesoro, June 58; Shultz, Jan. 13 
Peace process, U.S. -Soviet joint 

statement, Nov. 7 
Refugee assistance (Moore), Aug. 87 
UN mandate under peace agree- 
ments: Baker, Department, 
Dec. 53 
UN Resolution 637, Central 

American peace, Okun, text, 
Oct. 73 
U.S. aid, FY 90, request (Baker), 

Apr. 20 
U.S. bipartisan accord on Central 
America: Baker, June 56; 
Bush, June 55; text, June 57 
Debt management: Bush, June 2; 

Kozak, June 61; Shultz, Jan. 11 
Democratic progress: Baker, June 6; 

Bush, June 1; Kozak, June 63 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts: Bush, June 2; 
Kozak, June 62; Shultz, Jan. 12 
Economic development: Bush, June 1; 

Kozak, June 60, Shultz, Jan. 11 
International Commission for Central 
America Recovery and Develop- 
ment (Sanford Commission) 
(Kozak), June 62 
Multinational cooperation in develop- 
ment (Kozak), June 63 
Political trends (Kozak), June 60 
Terrorism (Bremer), Feb. 63 
U.S. aid, FY 90, request (Kozak), 
June 59 



Latvia: 
Cultural and political history 

(Dobriansky), June 35, 38 
U.S. policy toward (Dobriansky), 
June 37 
Lebanon (Department), Feb. 58 
American hostages: Baker, Oct. 13; 
Bush, Apr. 5, Nov. 26; White 
House, Oct. 67 
Iranian role: Baker, Aug. 57; Bush, 
Oct. 68; Kelly, Nov. 63; 
Reagan, Feb. 6 
Murder of Col. Higgins: Bush, Oct 
66, 67; White House, Oct. 66, 
69 
Cease-fire efforts: Baker, Oct. 14, 
Nov. 37; Department, June 44; 
Kelly, Oct. 45, Nov. 61; White 
House, June 44 
Arab League peace initiative: 

(Department) May 65, June 43, 
July 55 
French support for (Bush), Aug. 83 
U.S. -Soviet joint statements, July 
30, Nov. 9 
Disaster relief funds (Department), 

July 54 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
Oct. 58 
National reconciliation agreement 

(Department), Dec. 46 
U.S. aid, FY 90, request (Walker), 
May 66 
Ledogar, Stephen J., May 33, Sept. 75 
Lesotho, treaties, agreements, etc., 

Aug. 88, Oct. 84, 85 
Levitsky, Melvyn, Oct. 46 
Liberia: 
Human rights issues (Brown), May 28 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Mar. 92, 
May 86 
Libya: 
Chemical weapons: Department, Mar. 

71; Shultz, Mar. 7, 53 
MiG-23 aircraft shot down by U.S. 
Navy: Carlucci, Defense Depart- 
ment, Mar. 70; Okun, U.S. 
report to U.N., Mar. 90 
Terrorism: Nov. 64; Bremer, Feb. 61, 

62 
Treaties, agreements, etc., June 68, 

Aug. 88, 89, Oct. 85 
U.S. oil companies resume operations 
(White House), Mar. 71 
Liechtenstein, treaties, agreements, 
etc., May 86, Aug. 89, Dec. 58 
Lister, George, Jan. 36 
Lithuania: 
Cultural and political history 

(Dobriansky), June 35, 38 
U.S. policy toward (Dobriansky), 
June 37, 38 
Loadlines. See under Maritime matters 



Luxembourg: 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Mar. 92, 

May 87, July 76, Aug. 89, Sept. 

93, Dec. 59 
Visit of Secretary Baker: Baker, 

Poos, Apr. 42 



M 



Macao, treaties, agreements, etc., May 

88, June 69 
Madagascar, treaties, agreements, etc., 

Aug. 89, Nov. 80 
Malawi, treaties, agreements, etc., May 

86, June 69 
Malaysia: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
May 72, Oct. 59 
Economic development, Apr. 37 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 74, 

Mar. 93, July 78, Aug. 90, Dec. 59 
U.S. aid, FY 90, request (Clark), 
May 53 
Mali: 

Consolidation and rescheduling of 
debts owed to, guaranteed by, or 
insured by the U.S., Sept. 94 
U.S. visit of President Traore: 

Reagan, Jan. 14; Traore, Jan. 14, 
15 
Malta, treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 
74, Apr. 82, May 86, July 76, 77, 
Aug. 88, 89, Dec. 59 
Marine pollution. See Environmental 
problems and control and Oil pollu- 
tion 
Maritime matters: 
Deep submergence rescue system, 
memo of understanding with 
France, June 69 
Facilitation of international maritime 
traffic, convention (1965), 
Vanuatu, June 68 
International Maritime Organization, 

convention (1948), Malawi, May 86 
Law of the Sea, rules of international 
law governing innocent passage, 
bilateral agreement with Soviet 
Union, text, Nov. 26 
Load lines, international convention 
(1966): Haiti, July 76; Mauritius, 
Feb. 73; Tanzania, July 76; Togo, 
Dec. 59 
Maritime search and rescue, bilateral 
agreements: Mexico, Oct. 86; 
Micronesia, Feb. 75; Soviet 
Union, Oct. 86 
Maritime search and rescue, conven- 
tion (1979): Italy, Trinidad and 
Tobago, Oct. 84 



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Maritime matters (Cont'd) 
Prevention of collisions at sea, interna- 
tional regulations, convention 
(1972): Iran, June 68; Malta, July 
76; Mauritius, Oct. 84; Togo, Dec. 
59 
Amendments (1987), U.S., Sept. 93 
Safety of life at sea, international con- 
vention (1974): Haiti, Suriname, 
July 77; Togo, Dec. 57 
Protocol (1978): Indonesia, Feb. 74; 
Togo, Dec. 59 
Safety on the Great Lakes by means 
of radio, bilateral agreement with 
Canada, May 87 
Standards of training, certification, 
and watchkeeping for seafarers, 
international convention (1978): 
Algeria, Apr. 62; Cameroon, Oct. 
84; Ghana, June 68; Haiti, July 
77; Marshall Islands, Oct. 84; 
Togo, Dec. 59; Trinidad and 
Tobago, U.K. (extended to Ber- 
muda), June 68 
Suppression of unlawful acts against 
the safety of maritime naviga- 
tion, convention (1988): China, 
Denmark, Finland, Iraq, New 
Zealand, Mar. 91 
Protocol (1988) for suppression of 
unlawful acts against the safety 
of fixed platforms located on 
the Continental Shelf: Belgium, 
July 77; Brunei, May 86; 
Byelorussian S.S.R., July 77; 
China, Mar. 91; Czechoslo- 
vakia, July 77; Denmark, Mar. 
91; Egypt, July 77; German 
Democratic Republic, Oct. 84; 
Iraq, Mar. 91; Netherlands, 
May 86; New Zealand, Mar. 91; 
Nigeria, July 77; Poland, Mar. 
91; Saudi Arabia, July 77; 
Seychelles, May 86; Soviet 
Union, July 77; Spain, Nov. 79; 
Switzerland, June 68; Trinidad 
and Tobago, Dec. 59; Ukrainian 
S.S.R., July 77 
Tonnage measurement of ships, inter- 
national convention (1969): Haiti, 
Indonesia, Malta, July 77; Mar- 
shall Islands, Oct. 85; Mauritius, 
Feb. 74; Togo, Dec. 58; U.K. (ex- 
tended to Gibraltar, Guernsey), 
Uruguay, Vanuatu, June 68 
Marks, Leonard, Sept. 86 
Marriage, consent to, minimum age for, 
and registration, convention (1962), 
Antigua and Barbuda, Feb. 73 
Marshall Islands: 
Diplomatic relations established 

(Bush), Oct. 62 
Treaties, agreements, etc., May 88, 
Aug. 88, Sept. 93, 94, Oct. 84, 
85, 86, Dec. 58 



Mauritania, international convention on 
the elimination of all forms of racial 
discrimination, Mar. 92 
Mauritius, treaties, agreements, etc., 
Jan. 50, Feb. 73, 74, May 86, 88, 
Aug. 88, Oct. 84 
McAllister, Eugene J., Oct. 33 
McCormack, Richard T., July 49 
Mexico (Baker), Apr. 12, 17 

Boundary and water agreements: 

Baker, Oct. 80; U.S.-Mexico Bina- 
tional Commission, joint communi- 
que, Oct. 82 

Debt management: July 73; Baker, 
June 18 

Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts: Alvarez, Oct. 
79, 80; Aspe, Oct. 80; Baker, Oct. 
76, 83; Solana, Oct. 80; 
Thornburgh, Oct. 79; U.S.-Mexico 
Binational Commission, joint com- 
munique, Oct. 83; Wrobleski, 
May 69, July 75, Oct. 58 

Economy, U.S.-Mexico Binational 
Commission, joint communique, 
Oct. 83 

Environmental issues, fact sheet, 
Dec. 6 

Immigration of third-country nationals 
through U.S. border: Solana, Oct. 
81; U.S.-Mexico Binational Com- 
mission, joint communique, Oct. 
82 

Profile, July 76, Dec. 4 

Tourism: fact sheet, Dec. 6; Hank Gon- 
zalez, Oct. 81; U.S.-Mexico Bina- 
tional Commission, Oct. 84 

Trade issues, fact sheet, Dec. 6 

Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 50, 
Feb. 74, 75, Mar. 93, Apr. 63, 
May 87, 88, June 69, July 78, 
Aug. 88, Oct. 84, 86, Dec. 58 

U.S. fisheries (Wolfe), July 57 

U.S. foreign policy objectives, July 76 

U.S.-Mexico Binational Commission 
meeting, Mexico City (1989): 
Baker, Oct. 76; joint communi- 
que, text, Oct. 82 

U.S. relations: July 73; Baker, June 
9, Oct. 78; Bush, Dec. 2, 3; 
Salinas, Dec. 2, 4; Shultz, Feb. 
71; Solana, Oct. 78; U.S.Mexico 
Binational Commission, joint com- 
munique, Oct. 82 

U.S. visit of President Salinas: Bush, 
Salinas, Dec. 1 
Micronesia, Federated States of: 

Diplomatic relations established 
(Bush), Oct. 62 

Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 75, 
Dec. 58 
Middle East: Baker, Apr. 15, 19, 22; 
Bush, May 16; Walker, May 61; 
White House, Aug. 84 

Arms proliferation (Kelly), Oct. 45 



Middle East (Cont'd) 
Foreign Relations of the United 

States, 1955-1957, Volume XIII, 
Near East: Jordan-Yemen, 
released, Apr. 65 
Palestine Liberation Organization 
(PLO): 
Arafat, Yasir, denied U.S. visa: 
Department, Feb. 53; Murphy, 
Feb. 55; Reagan, 
Terrorist threat (Armacost), Feb. 54 
U.S. -PLO dialogues: Baker, Aug. 
59, Sept. 9; Pelletreau, May 66; 
Reagan, Shultz, Feb. 51 
U.S. policy toward: Baker, Apr. 22, 
July 65, Sept. 68; Department, 
July 66; Shultz, Feb. 28; Vogel- 
gesang, July 65 
Regional peace efforts (Murphy), 

Feb. 58 
U.S. diplomacy (Kelly), Oct. 44 
West Bank and Gaza Strip, U.S. aid, 
FY 90, request (Walker), May 62 
West Bank resettlement by Soviet 
Jews (Baker), Dec. 45 
Migrant workers, Conference on 

Security and Cooperation in Europe 
(CSCE), concluding document, Mar. 
29 
Military personnel, exchange of officers, 
memo of understanding with Papua 
New Guinea, Sept. 94 
Miller, James E., Aug. 1 
Mitterrand, Francois, Aug. 79, 81, 82 
Mobutu Sese Seko, Oct. 17 
Monaco, convention on assistance in the 
case of a nuclear accident or 
radiological emergency (1986), Dec. 
57 
Mongolia, treaties, agreements, etc., 

Aug. 88, Nov. 79, Dec. 58 
Moore, Jonathan, May 72, July 59, Aug. 

85, 87 
Morocco: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
Oct. 59 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 75, 
Mar. 92, May 88, Sept. 93, Nov. 
80 
Mozambique: 
Human rights issues (Brown), May 27 
Refugees, protocol relating to the 
status of (1967), July 77 
Mubarak, Mohammed Hosni, June 40 
Mulroney, Brian, July 45 
Murphy, Richard W., Feb. 55, 57 



N 



Namibia (see also Angola, People's 
Republic of): 
Independence: Baker, Feb. 15, May 
29; Cohen, Nov. 43; Department, 
June 18 



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Negroponte, John D., biographical data, 

Dec. 5 
Nepal: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
Oct. 56 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Mar. 93, 
May 86 
Netherlands: 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Mar. 92, 
May 86, 87, Aug. 89, Sept. 93, 
Nov. 80, Dec. 57 
U.S. relations: Baker, Van den 

Broek, Sept. 50, 52 
Visit of Secretary Baker, Sept. 50 
New Zealand: 
Economic development, Apr. 31 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 73, 
74, Mar. 91, July 78, Aug. 88, 89, 
Sept. 93 
U.S. relations (Cleveland), June 45, 46 
Nicaragua: 
Contra aid: Baker, Apr. 21, May 23, 
Oct. 79; Bush, Apr. 6, June 55; 
White House, Jan. 45 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
May 70, Oct. 58 
Economic assistance from Italy and 

Germany (Baker), June 15 
Elections: Baker, May 25, Dec. 28; 
Bush, June 56, Sept. 92; Depart- 
ment, June 67 
Organization of American States 

(OAS), protocol of amendment to 
charter, ratified, Feb. 74 
Peace and democracy, need for 

(Bush), June 1 
Restriction of entry by officials and 
employees into U.S. (Reagan), 
Jan. 47 
Sandinista oppressions (Bush), May 16 
Soviet bloc aid to Sandinistas: Baker, 
May 24, 26, 60, June 10, 13, 15, 
July 24, 32, Nov. 3, 12, 41, Dec. 
19, 28; Bush, June 1, 56; White 
House, June 67 
U.S. policy (Reagan), Feb. 5 
Niger, treaties, agreements, etc., Aug. 

90, Oct. 85, Nov. 80 
Nigeria: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
Oct. 59 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 50, 
Mar. 92, May 86, 88, July 77, 
Nov. 80 
Nitze, Paul H., Apr. 44 
North Atlantic Council (NAC), heads of 
state meeting, Brussels (May 1989): 
Baker, Aug. 61, 62; Bush, Aug. 15, 
16, 45; Kohl, Aug. 34 
Comprehensive concept on arms con- 
trol and disarmament: Baker, 
Aug. 55, 63; NATO Defense Plan- 
ning Committee, Aug. 77 



North Atlantic Council (NAC) (Cont'd) 
Text, Aug. 22 

Conventional Parity Initiative: Aug. 
20, 25, 26; Baker, Aug. 55, 58, 
62; Bush, Aug. 16, 32, Sept. 24 

Declaration, Aug. 18 

Short-range nuclear forces (SNF) 
agreement: Baker, Aug. 34, 55; 
Bush, Aug. 81 
North Atlantic Council (NAC), minis- 
terial meeting, Brussels (Dec. 
1988): 

Extracts from minutes, Feb. 46 

Final communique, Feb. 44 

Statement on conventional arms con- 
trol, Feb. 43 
North Atlantic Treaty Organization 
(NATO): Baker, May 4, July 21; 
Bush, Apr. 6, May 4, July 18, Aug. 
38, 61; Mulroney, July 46 

Alliance building: Aug. 6; Bush, Aug. 
31; NAC, Aug. 20, 24 

Arms control agenda (Shultz), Jan. 3 

Conventional armed forces in Europe 
(CFE), negotiations: Ledogar, 
May 33, White House, July 44 

Conventional weapons limitations 
proposal: Baker, Nov. 32; Bush, 
Aug. 16; Keel, Aug. 18; White 
House, Sept. 76 

Creative responsibility-sharing and 
regional problems (Baker), Aug. 
57, 60 

Defense ministers' meeting, Brussels 
(Dec. 1988), final communique, 
Feb. 42 

Defense ministers' meeting, Brussels 
(June 1989), final communique, 
Aug. 77 

Defense Planning Committee, Brus- 
sels (1988), final communique, 
Feb. 46 

Flexible response policy: Aug. 7; 
Baker, May 26; Miller, Aug. 3 

40th anniversary, chronology: Aug. 7; 
Baker, Aug. 55 

German reunification (Baker), Dec. 28 

History of (Miller), Aug. 1 

Meeting of Secretary General 

Woerner with President Bush 
(White House), Dec. 44 

Nuclear Planning Group, meeting, 

The Hague, (Oct. 1988), final com- 
munique, Jan. 28 

Nuclear Planning Group, meeting, 
Brussels (April 1989), final com- 
munique, June 36 

Security challenges in the 1990s 
(Nitze), Apr. 44 

Short-range nuclear forces (SNF) 
negotiations: Baker, Apr. 39, 
July 22, 24, 28, 34; Aug. 29, 34; 
Bush, July 46, Aug. 31, 81; Mit- 
terand, Aug. 81; Mulroney, 
July 46 



North Atlantic Treaty Organization 
(NATO) (Cont'd) 

Soviet Union, relations with (Nitze), 
Apr. 47 

Summit meeting. See North Atlantic 
Council, heads of state meeting 

U.S. goals and objectives, Aug. 6; 
Baker, Aug. 63 

U.S. troop reduction proposals 
(Baker), Aug. 42, 44 

Visit of Secretary Baker to alliance 
countries, Apr. 38 

Warsaw Pact, relations (Bush), Aug. 
32 
Norway: 

Treaties, agreements, etc., Mar. 92, 
Apr. 62, Aug. 89, 90, Sept. 93, 
Oct. 86, Nov. 79, Dec. 57 

Vist of Secretary Baker: Baker, 
Brundtland, Apr. 40 
Nuclear accidents: 

Assistance, convention (1986): 

Cyprus, Egypt, France, Israel, 
Monaco, Thailand, Tunisia, Dec. 
57 

Early notification, convention (1986): 
Cyprus, France, Israel, Monaco, 
Thailand, Tunisia, Dec. 59; Yugo- 
slavia, May 86 
Nuclear energy: 

Decommissioning nuclear facilities, 
bilateral agreement with U.K., 
July 78 

50th anniversary (Shultz), Jan. 1 

International Atomic Energy Agency 
(IAEA) Statute (1956), amended 
(1984): Bangladesh, Sept. 93; 
Ecuador, Mar. 91; Ghana, Italy, 
Libya, Tunisia, June 68; Uganda, 
Aug. 88 

Liquid metal-cooled fast breeder reac- 
tors, bilateral agreement: France, 
Germany, Federal Republic of, 
May 87; Japan, U.K.; May 88 

Nuclear materials safeguards research 
and development, bilateral agree- 
ment with EURATOM, Oct. 85 

Nuclear plant life extension research, 
bilateral agreement with Switzer- 
land, Sept. 94 
Peaceful uses of atomic energy, scien- 
tific and technical cooperation, 
bilateral agreement with Soviet 
Union, Oct. 86 
Physical protection of nuclear 

material, convention (1979): Ar- 
gentina, July 77; Austria, May 
86; China, Aug. 89; Japan, Feb. 
73 
Radioactive waste management, 
bilateral agreement with Bel- 
gium, May 87 



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Nuclear energy (Cont'd) 

Safeguards in connection with the 
treaty for the prohibition of 
nuclear weapons in Latin 
America, bilateral agreement 
with International Atomic Ener- 
gy Agency (IAEA), May 87 
Nuclear nonproliferation: Burns, Jan. 
42; Shultz, Jan. 1 
Treaty (1968): Bahrain, Feb. 73; 
Qatar, Aug. 89 
Nuclear testing: 
Limited test ban treaty (1963), An- 
tigua and Barbuda, Mar. 91 
Nuclear simulation, environmental 
and safety concerns: Baker, Oct. 
80; Reilly, Oct. 81; Solana, Oct. 80 
Nuclear testing talks (White House), 
Feb. 24, Sept. 77 
Nuclear weapons (see also Arms control 
and disarmament): NAC, Aug. 26; 
NATO, Feb. 42 
Ballistic missiles, proliferation 

(Shultz), Jan. 2, 8 
Deployment in Europe (Bush), Aug. 

30 
India (Baker), Aug. 69 
NATO Nuclear Planning Group meet- 
ing, Brussels (April 1989), final 
communique, June 36 
Proliferation, concerns (Bush), June 41 



o 



Oceans (see also Maritime matters and 
Science and technology): 
Investigation of the ocean using 

radar, cooperative project, memo 
of understanding with Norway, 
Oct. 86 
World ocean studies cooperation, 
bilateral agreement with Soviet 
Union, June 69, Oct. 86 
Oil pollution: 
Civil liability for oil pollution damage, 
international convention (1969): 
Canada, Egypt, June 68; St. Vin- 
cent and the Grenadines, Oct. 84 
Protocol (1984): Canada, June 68; 
Germay, Federal Republic of, 
Feb. 74; St. Vincent and the 
Grenadines, Oct. 84 
International fund for compensation 
for damage, convention (1971): 
Canada, Vanuatu, June 68 
Protocol (1984), Germany, Federal 
Republic of, Feb. 84 
Intervention on the high seas in cases 
of oil pollution casualties, interna- 
tional convention (1969), Egypt, 
June 68 
Oken, Herbert S., Mar. 90, Oct. 73 
Oman: 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 50, 
Feb. 74, June 68 



Oman (Cont'd) 

U.S. aid, FY 90, request (Burleigh), 
May 67 
Organization for Economic Cooperation 
and Development (OECD) meeting, 
Paris (1989): Brady, Sept. 78; final 
communique, Sept. 79 
Tax matters, mutual administrative 
assistance, convention (1988), Nor- 
way, Nov. 79 
Organization of American States (OAS): 
Kozak, June 63; Shultz, Jan. 10 
Charter, protocol of Cartegena de In- 
dias (1985): Argentina, Jan. 50; 
Bolivia, Feb. 74; Brazil, Jan 50; 
El Salvador, Mexico, Nicaragua, 
St. Vincent and the Grenadines, 
Suriname, Feb. 74 
Involvement with Panama: Declara- 
tion, Nov. 69; Eagleburger, Nov. 
67, 74; Resolution 1, July 72 
U.S. funding proposed, FY 90 (Vogel- 
gesang), May 82 



Pacific Ocean region: 
America's leadership role (Quayle), 

Aug. 52 
Creative responsibility-sharing 

(Baker), Aug. 65 
Economic development: Apr. 33; 
Baker, Aug. 65, Sept. 58; Bush, 
May 19 
East Asia (Solomon), Dec. 34 
Pacific rim: Baker, Apr. 13, 18, 
Sept. 60, Dec. 20; Solomon, 
Dec. 35 
Economic indicators, 1987 (table), 

Apr. 35 
New Pacific partnership (Baker), 

Aug. 64 
Transition and impact on world 
change (Cleveland), June 45 
U.S. aid, FY 90, request (Clark), 
May 49 
South Pacific region (Clark), May 51 
Pakistan: 
Afghanistan, involvement in: Mar. 83; 

Bush, May 6 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
Oct. 54, 56 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 50, 

51, Mar. 91, 93, Oct. 86, Dec. 58 
U.S. visit of Prime Minister Bhutto: 
Bhutto, Oct. 64; Bush, Oct. 63 
Panama: 
Democratic progress (Baker), June 6 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts: Eagleburger, 
Nov. 68; Wrobleski, May 70, Oct. 
58 
Noriega political crisis (Baker), July 27 



Panama (Cont'd) 

May elections: Baker, June 17, July 
32; Bush, June 2, July 46, 66; 
Department, July 66, 67, 68; 
White House, July 69 
Election fraud and international 
response: Baker, Aug. 60; 
Bush, July 68; Department, 
July 70, 71, 72; Eagleburger, 
July 69; OAS, July 72 
Noriega's drug-related activities: 
Eagleburger, Nov. 70; Wrobles- 
ki, May 70 
Normalization of relations and 

Noriega presence: Baker, June 
7, 13, Aug. 15, 69, Dec. 19; 
Bush, Aug. 51, Dec. 19; 
Eagleburger, Nov. 74 
U.S. response (Baker), July 23, 
Oct. 14, 15, Nov. 32, Dec. 26 
OAS response: Baker, Nov. 32; 
Eagleburger, Nov. 67; OAS 
ministers' declaration, Nov. 69 
Safety of U.S. citizens (Bush), July 
70 
Panama Canal treaties (Eagleburger), 

Nov. 73 
Plan for national unity (Department), 

Feb. 72 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 74, 
May 86, 87, Nov. 79 
Panama Canal neutrality treaty, 

protocol (1977), Soviet Union, Jan. 
49 
Papandreou, Andreas, Apr. 41 
Papoulias, Karolos, Apr. 41 
Papua New Guinea, treaties, agree- 
ments, etc., May 88, Sept. 93 
Paraguay: 

Democratic progress: Bush, June 2; 

Kozak, June 65 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
Oct. 52, 57 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 51, 
Apr. 63 
Patents: 

International recognition of deposit of 
micro-organisms for patent proce- 
dure, Budapest treaty (1977): 
Czechoslovakia, Aug. 89; German 
Democratic Republic, July 77 
New varieties of plants, protection, in- 
ternational convention (1961), 
revised (1981), Australia, May 86 
Patent cooperation treaty (1970): 
Burkina Faso, Mar. 91; Spain, 
Nov. 79 
U.S. trade policy objectives (Hills), 
Nov. 57 
Peace Corps, Hungary, English 

teachers: Bush, Sept. 40; White 
House, Sept. 43 
Pelletreau, Robert H., Jr., Feb. 52, 

May 66 
Perkins, Edward J., Aug. 69, Sept. 69 



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Persian Gulf: 

U.S. diplomatic efforts (Kelly), Oct. 45 
U.S.S. Stark, Iraqi attack, compensa- 
tion settlement (Department), 
May 67, June 69 
U.S.S. Vincennes, shooting down of 
Iranian air-bus, compensation set- 
tlement (Department), Sept. 91 
Peru: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
Oct. 57 
Herbicide spraying, cocaine (Wrobles- 
ki) Oct. 50 
Sendero Luminoso terrorist group, 

Dec. 49 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 74, 
75, May 86, 88, Aug. 89, 90, 
Sept. 93, Dec. 57 
Philippines: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
May 72, Oct. 59 
Economic development: Apr. 37; Lam- 

bertson, May 46 
Human rights (Lambertson), May 45 
Multilateral Assistance Initiative 
(MAI): Baker, Sept. 56; Bush, 
May 8; Lambertson, May 47, 48 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 51, 
Feb. 74, Apr. 62, July 78, Oct. 
86, Dec. 58 
U.S. aid, FY 90, request: Clark, May 

50; Lambertson, May 46 
U.S. economic and security assistance, 

Apr. 37 
U.S. military bases agreement (Lam- 
bertson), May 45 
U.S. policy (Lambertson), May 43 
Poland: 
Democratic progress: Baker, June 14, 
Sept. 6, 8; Bush, Aug. 48, Sept. 
23, 24; Department, Nov. 60 
Elections: Baker, Sept. 66; Bush, 

Aug, 78, Oct. 38 
Solidarity relegalization accords 

(White House), June 37 
Solidaritv request for Western aid: 
Baker, Sept. 31, 65; Bush, Sept. 
54 
Soviet bloc, relations with (Baker), 

Aug. 69 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 74, 
75, Mar. 91, Aug. 89, Sept. 94, 
Nov. 79, 80 
U.S. support for reform efforts: 
Baker, Nov. 38, 40, 41; Bush, 
Sept. 24, 26; White House, Dec. 
39 
Action Plan (White House), Sept. 27 
Food and commodity aid program 

(Bush), Oct. 38, Nov. 60 
"Hamtramck" speech (Bush), June 3 
Technical assistance for economic 
transition and reform (White 
House), Sept. 36 



Poland (Cont'd) 
Visit of Secretary Baker, Sept. 29 
Western support for reform efforts: 
Baker, Sept. 46; Bush, Sept. 7 
(quoted), 19, Dec. 10; White 
House, Sept. 27 
Summit of the Arch, declaration on 
East-West relations: Baker, 
Sept. 4, 5, 7, 11, 29, 32, 44, 46; 
White House, Sept. 27 
Text, Sept. 2 
Poos, Jacques, Apr. 42 
Portugal: 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Apr. 62, 

May 87, July 77, Aug. 90, Dec. 58 
Visit of Secretary Baker (Baker), 
Apr. 42 
Postal matters: 

INTELPOST service, memos of un- 
derstanding: Bangladesh, Aug. 
89; New Zealand, July 78; Soviet 
Union, June 70 
International express mail, bilateral 
agreements: Bolivia, Feb. 75; 
Botswana, Mar. 92; Costa Rica, 
Ethiopia, Nov. 79; Gabon, May 
87; Iraq, Aug. 90; Liberia, Mar. 
93; Netherlands, St. Lucia, Nov. 
80; Togo, Mar. 93; Uganda, Feb. 
76; Vanuatu, Sept. 94 
Money orders and postal travelers' 
checks, agreement with final 
protocol (1984): Chad, Syria, Feb 
74 
Postal money order agreement, 

bilateral agreements: Dominican 
Republic, Oct. 85; Israel, Mar. 
92; Sierra Leone, Oct. 86 
Postal parcel agreement, with final 
protocol and detailed regulations 
(1984): Bolivia, New Zealand, 
Feb. 74; Niger, Oct. 85; Oman, 
Syria, Feb. 74; Togo, Oct. 85; 
Venezuela, Feb. 74; Western 
Samoa, Yugoslavia, Oct. 85 
Universal Postal Union, constitution 
(1964): 
Second additional protocol (1974), 

Western Samoa, Oct. 85 
Third additional protocol (1984): 
Bolivia, Chad, New Zealand, 
Feb. 74; Niger, Oct. 85; Oman, 
Syria, Feb. 74; Togo, Oct. 85; 
Venezuela, Feb. 74, Western 
Samoa, Yugoslavia, Oct. 85 
Powell, Colin L., Jan. 30 
Presidential power (Baker), May 25 
Press Releases: 

State Department: Jan. 51, Feb. 76, 
Mar. 93, Apr. 63, May 89, June 
70, July 78, Aug. 90, Sept. 94, 
Nov. 80, Dec. 59 
USUN: Jan. 51, Apr. 63, Aug. 91 
Proclamations by the President: 
Baltic Freedom Day, 1989 (5990), 
Aug. 80 



Proclamations by the President (Cont'd) 
Captive Nations Week, 1989 (5996), 

Sept. 91 
Helsinki Human Rights Day, 1989 

(6005), Oct. 42 
Human Rights Day, Bill of Rights 
Day, and Human Rights Week, 
1988 (5921), Mar. 67 
Import duties on Brazilian products 

(5885), Jan. 49 
Restrictions on entry of Nicaraguan of- 
ficials and employees (5887), Jan. 
47 
Territorial sea of the U.S. (5928), 

Mar. 72 
United Nations Day, 1989 (6052), 

Dec 53 
World Trade Week, 1989 (5971), July 
51 
Public service (Shultz), Mar. 1 
Publications: 
State Department: Jan. 52, Feb. 76, 
Mar. 93, May 89, June 70, July 
79, Aug. 92, Nov. 81 
American Foreign Policy: Current 
Documents, 1987, released, 
Mar. 94 
American Foreign Policy: Foreign 
Affairs Press Briefings, 1981+. 
Supplement, released, Feb. 77 
Background Notes, Apr. 66, July 

81, Nov. 79 
Conference on Security and 

Cooperation in Europe (CSCE) 
Helsinki Final Act and the 
Madrid and Vienna concluding- 
documents, semi-annual report, 
released, Dec. 60 
Foreign Relations of the United 
States, 1952-195A, Volume 
VIII, Eastern Europe; the 
Soviet Union; the Eastern 
Mediterranean, released, Jan. 
53 
Foreign Relations of the United 
States, 1952-1951*, Volume X, 
Iran (1951-1951+), released, 
Aug. 93 
Foreign Relations of the United 
States, 1955-1957, Volume V, 
Austrian State Treaty; Summit 
and Foreign Ministers' Meet- 
ings, 1955, released, Apr. 64 
Foreign Relations of the United 
States, 1955-1957, Volume 

XIII, Near East: Jordan- 
Yemen, released, Apr. 65 

Foreign Relations of the United 
States, 1955-1957, Volume 

XIV, Arab-Israeli dispute, 
1955, released, Aug. 92 

Foreign Relations of the United 
States, 1955-1957, Volume 

XV, Arab-Israeli Dispute, Jan. 
1-July 26, 1956, released Aug. 
93 



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Publications (Cont'd) 

Foreign Relations of the United 
States, 1955-1957, Volume 
XVIII, Africa, released, July 80 

Foreign Relations of the United 
States, 1955-1957, Volume 
XXIV, Soviet Union; Eastern 
Mediterranean, released, July 
80 

Foreign Relations of the United 
States, Supplement, Memoran- 
da of the Secretary of State, 
19U9-1951, and Meetings and 
Visits of Foreign Dignitaries, 
191^9-1952, microfiche publica- 
tion, released, Apr. 65 



Q 



Qatar, nonproliferation of nuclear 

weapons, treaty (1968), Aug. 89 
Quayle, J. Danforth, Aug. 52 
Visits to: El Salvador, Apr. 7, 
Venezuela, Apr. 7 



R 



Reagan, Ronald: 
Addresses, remarks, and statements: 
Angola/Namibia peace accords, Feb. 

12 
Afghanistan, Feb. 6, Mar. 89 
Brazil, trade with, Jan. 49 
Cambodia, independence, Jan. 17 
Chemical weapons, conference, Mar. 

4 (quoted) 
Defense spending, Feb. 7 
Iran, hostage negotiations, Feb. 6 
Nicaragua, Jan. 47, Feb. 5 
Nuclear and space arms talks, Mar. 

10 
Nuclear war, Jan. 2 (quoted) 
Organization of African Unity 

(OAU), Jan. 14 
Palestine Liberation Organization 

(PLO), Feb. 6, 51 
Soviet Union: 
Gorbachev, view of, Feb. 5 
Middle East, role in, Feb. 5 
Trade relations, Feb. 6 
U.S. relations, Feb. 3, 4, Mar. 54 
Correspondence and messages, Con- 
ference on Security and Coopera- 
tion in Europe (CSCE), follow-up 
meeting, Mar. 22 
Meetings with heads of state and offi- 
cials of, remarks and joint com- 
muniques: Germany, Federal 
Republic of, Mar. 56; Mali, Jan. 
14; Soviet Union, Feb. 1, 3; 
U.K., Mar. 57 
Messages and reports to Congress, 

Cyprus, Feb. 50 
News conferences, Feb. 4 



Refugees: 
Afghan: Mar. 87; Moore, May 73 
African: Brown, May 31; Moore, May 

73, July 59 
Burmese (Lambertson), May 42 
Central American (Moore), Aug. 87 
East Asian (Moore), May 73, July 59 
Migration and refugee assistance 
programs: 
FY 89 budget (Moore), May 72 
FY 90 budget, request (Moore), 
May 72 
Palestinian (Moore), May 73 
Refugee admissions ceiling, FY 89, 
proposed revisions (Moore), July 
60 
Southeast Asian (Baker), Aug. 44, 
Sept. 60 
International Conference on In- 
dochinese Refugees, Geneva, 
June (1989) (Eagleburger), Oct. 
69 
Comprehensive plan of action, 

text, Oct. 71 
Draft declaration, text, Oct. 71 
Soviet Union (Moore), July 59 
Special released reeducation center 
detainees resettlement program, 
bilateral agreement with Viet- 
nam, Dec. 58 
Status of, protocol (1967): Hungary, 
Aug. 89; Mozambique, July 77 
U.S. assistance programs: Brown, 

May 31; Moore, Aug. 87 
U.S. policy (Moore), May 72, July 59, 

Aug. 85 
Vietnamese (U.S. -Vietnam joint state- 
ment), Nov. 63 
Regional issues (Baker), Apr. 15, 19 
Reilly, William K., Oct. 81 
Restrictions on entry by Nicaraguan offi- 
cials and employees, proclamation 
(Reagan), Jan. 47 
Romania: 
Human rights (Abram), Sept. 89 
Treaties, agreements, etc., May 88, 
June 69, Sept. 94, Oct. 80 
Rosenberg, Alison, July 39 
Rubber: 

International Natural Rubber Or- 
ganization, tax reimbursement, 
bilateral agreement, Feb. 75 
International natural rubber agree- 
ment (1987): Belgium, Denmark, 
EEC, Mar. 92; Finland, Mar. 92, 
July 77; France, Feb. 74; Ger- 
many, Federal Republic of, 
Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxem- 
bourg, Morocco, Netherlands, Nor- 
way, Mar. 92; Soviet Union, June 
69; Spain, Sweden, Mar. 92; Swit- 
zerland, Sept. 93; Thailand, U.K., 
Mar. 92; U.S., Feb. 74, Aug. 89 
Rwanda, endangered species of wild 
fauna and flora, convention (1973), 
amendment, Dec. 57 



s 



Safety, promotion of, on Great Lakes 
by means of radio, bilateral agree- 
ment with Canada, Jan. 50 
St. Lucia, treaties, agreements, etc., 

Mar. 91, Nov. 80 
St. Vincent and the Grenadines, 

treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 74, 
May 86, 88, Sept. 93, Oct. 84 
Salinas de Gortari, Carlos, Dec. 1 
Satellites: 
Distribution of program-carrying sig- 
nals, convention (1974), Soviet 
Union, Feb. 74 
INMARSAT, convention and opera- 
tion agreement (1976): Cuba, 
Nov. 79; Czechoslovakia, May 87; 
Switzerland, Oct. 85 
Amendments (1985): Belgium, Oct. 
85; Egypt, Feb. 74, Oct. 85; 
Gabon, June 69; Germany, 
Federal Republic of, Feb. 74; 
New Zealand, Aug. 89; Oman, 
May 87; Singapore, Feb. 74; 
U.S., Oct. 85 
INTELSAT, agreement and operat- 
ing agreement (1971): Nepal, Zim- 
babwe, May 86 
International trade in commercial 
launch services, bilateral agree- 
ment with China, May 87, July 77 
Liability for satellite launches, 

bilateral memo of agreement with 
China, Feb. 75, July 77 
PACSAT/VITA, July 64 
Satellite technology safeguards, 

bilateral memo of agreement with 
China, Feb. 75, July 77 
Saudi Arabia: 
Arms sales to, by China (Bush), June 

41 
Treaties, agreements, etc., July 77, 

Sept. 93 
U.S. visit of Foreign Minister Sa'ud 
al-Faisal (White House), Aug. 84 
Schaffer, Teresita, Oct. 65 
Schifter, Richard, Mar. 59, Oct. 41 
Science and technology: 
Antarctica mineral resource activities, 

convention, (Department), Feb. 23 
Basic scientific research, bilateral 
agreement with Soviet Union, 
Mar. 93 
China, cooperation in, bilateral agree- 
ment, Apr. 63 
China, technology transfer (Bush), 

May 13 
Conference on Security and Coopera- 
tion in Europe (CSCE), follow-up 
meeting, concluding document, 
Mar. 28 
Cooperation in high energy laser-mat- 
ter interaction physics research 
and development, bilateral agree- 
ment with France, May 87 



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Science and technology (Cont'd) 
Cooperation on geothermal and re- 
lated volcanic investigations, 
bilateral agreement with Mexico, 
July 78 
Earth sciences, cooperation, bilateral 
agreements: Japan, Feb. 75; 
Kuwait, Mar. 93 
Energy and related fields, research 
and development, bilateral agree- 
ment with Japan, Aug. 90 
Geological sciences, cooperation, 

bilateral agreement with France, 
Oct. 86 
Geoscience research, cooperation, 
bilateral agreement with Poland, 
Feb. 75 
High-energy laser-matter interaction 
physics research and develop- 
ment, bilateral agreement with 
France, Mar. 92 
High energy laser technology, coopera- 
tive projects for research and 
development, bilateral agreement 
with Germany, Federal Republic 
of, July 77 
Imaging of an ocean using radar, 
cooperative research, bilateral 
agreement with U.K., Aug. 90 
Integrated circuit layout designs, intel- 
lectual property issues (Hills), 
Nov. 57 
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate 

Change (Baker), Apr. 13 
International activities (Bush), June 51 
International Convention and Scien- 
tific Organization (ICSO), FY 90, 
U.S. funding, proposed (Vogel- 
gesang), May 82 
Joint Loran-C and Chayka radio 
navigation system, bilateral 
agreement with Soviet Union, 
May 88 
Marine and freshwater scientific and 
technological cooperation, 
bilateral agreement with Israel, 
Sept. 93 
Maritime patrol aircraft, cooperative 
program for development and 
production, bilateral agreement 
with Germany, Federal Republic 
of, July 77 
World Meteorological Organization, 
convention (1947), Antigua and 
Barbuda, Mar. 91 
Seabeds, seabed disarmament treaty 
(1971): Antigua and Barbuda, Mar. 
92; Bahamas, Aug. 89 
Security assistance, U.S. (see also 
Defense and national security): 
Appropriations request, FY 90: 

Baker, Apr. 20; Holmes, June 52 
East Asia and Pacific (Clark), May 
49 



Security assistance, U.S. (Cont'd) 
Latin America and Caribbean 

(Kozak), June 59 
Middle East: Burleigh, May 67; 

Walker, May 61 
Sub-Saharan Africa (Rosenberg), 
July 39, 41 
Defense acquisition, bilateral agree- 
ment with Switzerland, Feb. 76 
Defense cooperation, bilateral agree- 
ment with Spain, Feb. 76, July 78 
Extended air defense, cooperative pro- 
gram, memo of agreement with 
Germany, Federal Republic of, 
Aug. 90 
Foreign military sales financing 
(FMSF) programs, June 61 
Argentina (Kozak), June 64 
Foreign military sales (FMS) program: 
Egypt (Walker), May 63 
Israel (Walker), May 61 
Jordan (Walker), May 65 
Yemen Arab Republic (Burleigh), 
May 68 
Greece, U.S. defense agreement, ex- 
pires (Department), Feb. 47 
International military education and 
training (IMET) program: June 
61; bilateral agreement, Brazil, 
June 69 
Japan: 

Bilateral agreements on acquisition 
and production of: 
F-15 aircraft, June 69 
HYDRA 70 rocket system, June 

69 
P-3C weapon system, June 69 
SH-60J and UH-60J aircraft, 
June 69 
Development of support fighter 
(FS-X) weapon system, 
bilateral agreement: Feb. 75; 
Bush, Oct. 32 
Joint defense space research facility, 
bilateral agreement with 
Australia, Mar. 92 
Military assistance, protocol II, 
bilateral agreement with Hon- 
duras, Feb. 75 
Military bases, bilateral agreement 
with Philippines, Jan. 51 
Senegal: 
Consolidation and rescheduling of 
debts, bilateral agreement, Nov. 
80 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
Oct. 59 
Seychelles, suppression of unlawful acts 
against the safety of maritime 
navigation, with protocol re safety 
of fixed platforms on the Continen- 
tal Shelf, convention (1988), May 86 
Shamir, Yitzhak, June 43 



Shevardnadze, Eduard A.: 
Soviet Union: 

Human rights, Jan. 7 (quoted) 
Military power, Jan. 7 (quoted) 
Wyoming ministeral meeting, Jackson 
Hole (Sept. 1989): Nov. 4; joint 
statement, Nov. 5 
Shultz, George P.: 
Addresses, remarks, and statements: 
Afghanistan, Soviet occupation and 

withdrawal, Feb. 7 
Agricultural subsidies, Feb. 29 
Angola/Namibia peace accords, Feb. 

11 
Arafat, Yasir, Feb. 8, 9 
Argentina, coup, Feb. 8 
Arms control and disarmament, 

Jan. 1, Feb. 48 
Central America, Arias peace plan, 

Jan. 13 
Change and international stability, 

Jan. 6 
Chemical weapons, Jan. 3, 9, Feb. 

8, Mar. 4, 6, 53 
China, U.S. relations, Feb. 25 
Conference on Security and 
Cooperation in Europe 
(CSCE), Mar. 53, 54 
Czechoslovakia, political unrest, 

Mar. 53 
Democracy and democratic prin- 
ciples, Jan. 10, Mar. 1 
Duarte, Jose Napoleon, Jan. 10, 13 
El Salvador, U.S. aid, Jan. 13 
Europe, arms reduction efforts, 

Feb. 47 
European Communities, ministerial 

meeting, Feb. 27 
Extradition treaties, terrorists, 

Jan. 5 
Gorbachev, Mikhail, assessment of, 

Mar. 54 
International cooperation, Jan. 9, 12 
Latin America, debt management, 

Jan. 10, Feb. 30 
Mexico, U.S. relations, Feb. 71 
Mutual and balanced force reduction 

talks, Mar. 54 
Nicaragua, Sandinista repressions, 

Jan. 13 
Nuclear weapons proliferation, Jan. 

2,8 
Organization of American States 

(OAS), Jan. 10 
Palestine Liberation Organization 

(PLO), Feb. 57 
Public service, Mar. 1 
Rule of law, Jan. 5 
Soviet Union (for details see Soviet 
Union): 
ABM Treaty, noncompliance, 

Feb. 7 
Angola/Namibia peace accords, 

Feb. 12 
Arms reduction efforts, Feb. 47 



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Shultz, George P. (Cont'd) 

Human rights, Feb. 7, 49, Mar. 

52 
U.S. relations, Jan. 3, 6, Feb. 7. 
48 
Terrorism and counterterrorism, 

Jan. 4, 9, Feb. 8, 9, 48 
Trade, free, Jan. 11 
News conferences and press briefings, 

Jan. 13, Feb. 27, 46, Mar. 6, 52 
TV interviews, Feb. 7, 71 
Visits to: 

El Salvador, Jan. 10 
Mexico (Shultz), Feb. 71 
Sierra Leone, treaties, agreements, 

etc., Feb. 75, Oct. 86 
Singapore: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
May 72, Oct. 59 
Economic development, Apr. 36 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 74, 

June 68 
U.S. aid, FY 90, request (Clark), 

May 52 
U.S. relations (Quayle), Aug. 54 
Slavery, convention to suppress the 
slave trade and slavery (1926), 
protocol (1927), supplementary on 
abolition of slavery, slave trade, 
and institutions and practices 
similar to slavery (1956): Antigua 
and Barbuda, May 87; Libya, Oct. 
85 
Social security, bilateral agreements: 
Portugal, Aug. 90; Switzerland, 
Nov. 80 
Solana Morales, Fernando, Oct. 78, 80 
Solomon, Richard H., Feb. 38, Nov. 47, 

Dec. 34 
Solomon Islands, treaties, agreements, 

etc., May 86, Dec. 58 
Somalia, human rights issues (Brown), 

May 30 
South Africa: 
Angola/Cuban troop withdrawal settle- 
ment (Department), Jan. 16 
Angola/Namibia tripartite agreement, 

text, Feb. 13 
Apartheid and reform: Baker, Aug. 
60; Perkins, Sept. 71 
U.S. policy and objectives: Cohen, 
Dec. 29; Perkins, Sept. 69 
Elections (Department), Nov. 44 
Human rights issues: Brown, May 31; 

Perkins, Sept. 71 
U.S. visit of Albertina Sisulu (Bush), 

Sept. 71 
Vienna convention on diplomatic rela- 
tions (1961), Dec. 57 
Soviet Union: 
ABM Treaty: Baker, Nov. 14; 

Cooper, Oct. 20; U.S.-Soviet joint 
statement, Nov. 5 
Angola, involvement in, chronology 
(Howland), Feb. 16 



Soviet Union (Cont'd) 

Soviet noncompliance: Department, 
Jan. 16; Burns, Jan. 42; Shultz, 
Feb. 7 

Afghanistan, and U.S. economic sanc- 
tions: Baker, Aug. 13; Bush, 
Aug. 39 

Angola/Namibia peace accords: Crock- 
er, White House, Feb. 10; 
Shultz, Feb. 12 

Arms control issues: Aug. 7; Reagan, 
Feb. 5 
Conventional Parity Initiative, 

Baker, Aug. 68; Bush, Aug. 32 
Soviet initiatives (Shultz), Feb. 47, 
49 

Baltic states, U.S. policy: Baker, 

Nov. 17, 42; Dobriansky, June 38 

Chemical weapons (Burns), Jan. 42 

China, relations with (Bush), May 7 

Common European homeland 
proposal: Baker, June 16; 
Eagleburger, Oct. 40 

Cuba, relations with (Kozak), Nov. 75 

Cultural-informational exchanges 
(Baker), July 30, Nov. 13 

Defense and space talks: Burns, Jan. 
41; Cooper, Dec. 33 

Earthquake, Dec. 1988 (White 
House), Feb. 39 

East European reform efforts 
(Baker), Dec. 12 

Economic, political, and social 

reforms: Baker, July 36, Dec. 10; 
Bush, July 16; Cleveland, June 
45; Kozyrev, Medvedev, Jan. 7 
(quoted) 

Economic summit participation: 

Baker, Sept. 67; Bush, Sept. 18, 
19, 20, 21 

Elections (Baker), May 26 

Fisheries agreements with U.S. 
(Wolfe), July 57, 58 

Foreign policy: Baker, Dec. 11; 
Powell, Jan. 31 

Foreign Relations of the United 

States, 1952-195U, Volume VIII, 
Eastern Europe; the Soviet 
Union; the Eastern Mediter- 
ranean, released, Jan. 53 

Foreign Relations of the United 
States, 1955-1957, Volume 
XXIV, Soviet Union; Eastern 
Mediterranean, released, July 80 

Glasnost and democratization (Baker), 
Dec. 13 

Gorbachev's role: Baker, Aug. 14, 30, 
Sept. 68, Nov. 4; Bush, Aug. 18 

Human rights: Abram, Sept. 88; 
Baker, July 29, 38, Aug. 61, 
Nov. 14; Shevardnadze, Jan. 7 
(quoted) 
CSCE follow-on conference, 

proposed (White House), Mar. 
69 



Soviet Union (Cont'd) 

Emigration: Baker, July 32, Moore, 
May 72 
Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces 
(INF) treaty: Baker, July 28; 
Burns, Jan. 41; Bush, July 19; 
Shultz, Jan. 2; White House, 
Aug. 74 
Anniversary (White House), Feb. 24 
Middle East position (Murphy), Feb. 

58 
Military capabilities: Baker, Sept. 10; 
NATO, Feb. 42; Shevardnadze, 
Jan. 7 (quoted) 
Nicaragua, Soviet bloc aid to: Baker, 
May 24, 26, 60, June 10, 13, 15, 
July 24, 32, Nov. 3, 12, 41, Dec. 
19, 28; Bush, June 1, 56; White 
House, June 67 
Nuclear and space arms talks (NST): 
Burt, Aug. 73, Dec. 33; Bush, 
Aug. 73; Reagan, Mar. 10 
Nuclear nonproliferation talks, Feb. 59 
Nuclear testing talks: Burns, Jan. 42; 

White House, Feb. 24 
Perestroika: Baker, July 29, 32, 34, 
36, Aug. 58, Nov. 2, Dec. 10, 20; 
Bush, July 20, Aug. 51; Solomon, 
Feb. 41 
Regional/ethnic problems (Baker), 

Aug. 58 
Rule of law (Gorbachev), Jan. 7 

(quoted) 
Shevardnadze/Baker meeting, Paris, 

July 1989, Oct. 39 
Short-range nuclear forces (SNF) 
reductions (Baker), July 31, 32, 
34, 35 
Soviet leadership in world affairs 

(Quayle), Aug. 52 
Strategic arms reduction talks 

(START): Baker, Apr. 39, May 
60, June 15, 16, Sept. 44, Nov. 
11, 15, 39, 42, Dec. 16; Burns, 
Jan. 41; Burt, Oct. 17, Dec. 33; 
Bush, May 15, July 17, Aug. 73; 
Nitze, Apr. 45; Shultz, Jan. 2; 
U.S.-Soviet joint statement, Nov. 
6 
Review of status of talks (Burt), 

Oct. 17 
U.S. objectives (Miller), Aug. 8 
Verification issues: Burt, Oct. 18; 
U.S.-Soviet joint statement, 
Nov. 7 
Trial verification and stability 
measures, bilateral agree- 
ment with Soviet Union, 
text, Nov. 21 
Third World development (Kozyrev), 
Jan. 7 (quoted) 



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Soviet Union (Cont'd) 
Treaties, agreements, etc. (see also 
names of treaties under Soviet 
Union): Jan. 49, Feb. 74, 76, 
Mar. 93, Apr. 62, May 87, 88, 
June 69, 70, July 77, 78, Aug. 88, 
89, Sept. 93, 94, Oct. 85, 86 
U.S. arms control negotiations (see 
also Chemical weapons and ABM 
Treaty, INF Treaty, and START 
under Soviet Union): Baker, July 
30, 31, 38, Aug. 43, 44, 61, Sept. 
10, Nov. 1, 5, 10, Dec. 13; Burns, 
Jan. 41; Bush, May 9; Depart- 
ment, Jan. 16; Reagan, Feb. 5; 
Shultz, Feb. 48; Solomon, Feb. 40 
Prevention of dangerous military ac- 
tivities, bilateral agreement 
with Soviet Union, Sept. 94 
Soviet Union initiatives (Shultz), 
Feb. 47, 49 
U.S. relations: Baker, Apr. 14, 18, 
June 11; Bush, Sept. 54; Miller, 
Aug. 4, 5; Reagan, Feb. 3, 4, 5, 
6; Shultz, Jan. 6, Feb. 48 
Arms control agenda (Shultz), Jan. 2 
Baker/Shevardnadze meeting, Vien- 
na (Mar. 1989) (Baker), May 59 
Embassy reconstruction in Moscow 

(Department), Jan. 29 
Global issues: Baker, July 30, 33, 

39, Aug. 62; Solomon, Feb. 38 
Regional issues: Baker, July 30, 31, 
38, Aug. 62, Dec. 13, 19; 
Solomon, Feb. 41; U.S.-Soviet 
joint statement, Nov. 7 
Summit meeting proposed: Baker, 
June 14, Nov. 1, 10; U.S.- 
Soviet joint statement, Nov. 5 
U.S. response to Soviet reform ini- 
tiatives: Baker, June 13, Nov. 
2, 12, 42, Dec. 14, 20, 25; 
Bush, Apr. 4 
U.S. trade relations: Baker, Apr. 29, 
Sept. 66, Nov. 41; Reagan, Feb. 
6; Wendt, Jan. 22 
U.S. visit of President Gorbachev 

(Reagan), Feb. 1, 3 
Visit of Secretary Baker, July 29 
Wyoming ministerial meeting, Jack- 
son Hole (Sept. 1989): Baker, 
Nov. 1, 4, 5, 39; Shevardnadze, 
Nov. 4; U.S.-Soviet joint state- 
ment, Nov. 5 
Space: 
Astronauts, rescue and return, and 
return of objects launched into 
outer space, agreement (1968): 
Antigua and Barbuda, China, 
Mar. 91 
Design, development, operation, and 
utilization of the permanently 
manned civil space station, 
bilateral agreements: Denmark, 
Sept. 93; Japan, June 69; Nor- 
way, Sept. 93 



Space (Cont'd) 

Exploration and use of outer space, in- 
cluding the Moon and other celes- 
tial bodies, treaty (1967): Antigua 
and Barbuda, Mar. 92; Togo, 
Sept. 93 
International liability for damage 
caused by space objects, conven- 
tion (1972): Antigua and Bar- 
buda, China, Mar. 92 
Joint defense space communications 
station in Australia, bilateral 
agreement with Australia, Mar. 
92 
Registration of objects launched into 
outer space, convention (1975): 
Antigua and Barbuda, June 69; 
China, Mar. 92 
Space cooperation, bilateral agree- 
ment with Spain, June 69 
Spain: 
North Atlantic alliance participation: 
NAC, Feb. 46; NATO, Feb. 43 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 76, 
Apr. 92, June 69, July 78, Aug. 
89, 90, Sept. 93, Nov. 79 
Visit of Secretary Baker (Baker), 
Apr. 42 
Sri Lanka, treaties, agreements, etc. , 
Jan. 51, May 86, Aug. 90, Sept. 93, 
Nov. 80 
State Department: 
50th anniversary, Department of 

State Bulletin, July 1 
Foreign operations, FY 90 budget, re- 
quest (Baker), Apr. 20 
Foreign Service (Baker), Dec. 18 
Status of forces, bilateral agreement 
with Papua New Guinea, May 88 
Subunits, exchange of, memo of under- 
standing with U.K., Jan. 51 
Sudan: 
Cease-fire and famine relief: Baker, 
Department, Apr. 24, Jan. 15, 
July 41 
Human rights issues (Brown), May 30 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Sept. 94, 
Oct. 86 
Sugar, international sugar agreement 
(1987) with annexes: Austria, 
Colombia, Mar. 92; El Salvador, 
July 77; Republic of Korea, Feb. 74; 
Mexico, May 87; Panama, Nov. 79 
Suriname, treaties, agreements, etc., 

Feb. 74, Apr. 62, June 68, July 77 
Sweden, treaties, agreements, etc., 

Mar. 92, July 76, Aug. 89 
Switzerland, treaties, agreements, etc., 
Feb. 76, Mar. 92, June 68, Aug. 89, 
Sept. 93, 94, Oct. 85, Nov. 80 
Syrian Arab Republic: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
Oct. 56 



Syrian Arab Republic (Cont'd) 
Terrorism (Bremer), Feb. 61 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 74, 
Apr. 62 



Takeshita, Noboru, Apr. 33 
Tanzania, treaties, agreements, etc., 

July 76, Aug. 90 
Taxes: 

Double taxation: 
Avoidance of, and prevention of fis- 
cal evasion with respect to 
taxes on income, bilateral 
agreements: Belgium, Sept. 93; 
India, Nov. 8; Finland, Dec. 
58; Germany, Federal Republic 
of, Nov. 79 
Relief from, on earnings from opera- 
tions of ships and aircraft, 
bilateral agreement with 
Mexico, Oct. 86 
Exchange of information with respect 
to taxes, bilateral agreements: 
Costa Rica, June 69; Dominican 
Republic, Oct. 85; Trinidad and 
Tobago, Apr. 63; U.K. (on behalf 
of Bermuda), Feb. 76 
Income and property, convention 
(1967), protocol (1988), bilateral 
agreement with France, Mar. 92 
Mutual administrative assistance in 
tax matters, convention (1988): 
Norway, Sweden, U.S., Aug. 89 
Reciprocal exemption of income tax: 
Income accruing from the business 
of shipping, bilateral agree- 
ment with Japan, Nov. 80 
Income derived from international 
operation of ships, bilateral 
agreements: Hong Kong, Oct. 
86, Nov. 80; Pakistan, Oct. 86; 
Peru, May 88; U.K. (on behalf 
of Isle of Man), Oct. 86 
Income derived from international 
operation of ships and aircraft, 
bilateral agreements: India, 
July 78; Luxembourg, Sept. 93; 
Malaysia, Aug. 90; St. Vincent 
and the Grenadines, May 88 
Tax reimbursement, bilateral agree- 
ments: International Atomic Ener- 
gy Agency (IAEA), July 78; 
World Intellectual Property Or- 
ganiztion, Mar. 93 
Telecommunications: 
Assignments and usage of television 
broadcast channels along the U.S.- 
Mexico border, bilateral agree- 
ment with Mexico, Feb. 75 
Caribbean Basin economic develop- 
ment (Borg), Mar. 17 
Caribbean Basin Radar Network 
(CBRN): 



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Telecommunications (Cont'd) 

Colombian integration into, memo 
of understanding with Colom- 
bia, June 69 
Establishment, bilateral agreement 
with Honduras, July 77 
Communications satellites, trade 
agreement with China (Depart- 
ment), Feb. 26 
Development, U.S. contributions, 

July 62 
High-definition television (HDTV) 
production standards (Landau), 
June 48 
High frequency radio communications 
facility, bilateral agreement with 
Australia, May 87 
International telecommunications con- 
vention (1982), Western Samoa, 
Feb. 74 
Land mobile service in the bands 470- 
572 MHz and 806-890 MHz along 
the common U.S.-Mexico border, 
bilateral agreement with Mexico, 
May 88 
LORAN-C transmitting station at 
Sylt, operation, bilateral agree- 
ment with Germany, Federal 
Republic of, June 69 
Network-based information services 

(Borg), Jan. 33 
Private sector contributions to 

development, July 64 
Radio communications between 
amateur stations on behalf of 
third parties, bilateral agreement 
with Comoros, Dec. 58 
Television broadcasting channels 
along the U.S. -Mexican border, 
bilateral agreement with Mexico, 
Jan. 50 
U.S. Telecommunications Training In- 
stitute (USTTI) (Borg), Mar. 20 
World Administrative Telegraph and 
Telephone Conference (WATTC) 
(Borg), Mar. 19 
Territorial sea of the U.S., proclamation 

(Reagan), Mar. 72 
Terrorism and counterterrorism: Baker, 
Apr. 14; Bremer, May 74; Depart- 
ment, Feb. 63; Shultz, Feb. 48 
Aircraft hijacking, U.S. and Canada 

agreement (Department), Jan. 39 
Andean countries (Bremer), Feb. 63 
Aviation security: Bremer, May 76; 
McAllister, Oct. 34; White House, 
Oct. 68 
Conference on Security and Coopera- 
tion in Europe (CSCE), follow-up 
meeting, concluding document, 
Mar. 23 
Counterterrorism, international 
cooperation: Bremer, May 76; 
Busby, Dec. 47 



Terrorism and counterterrorism (Cont'd) 
Crimes against persons and related 
extortion of international sig- 
nificance, convention (1971): 
Panama, Peru, Feb. 74 
El Salvador (Department), Dec. 55 
Greece (Department), Feb. 62 
Hawari Group (Department), Feb. 64 
Iran (Baker), Apr. 23, 42 
Death threats against Salman Rush- 
die: Adams, May 78; Baker, 
Bush, May 79 (quoted); Depart- 
ment, May 78, 79 (quoted) 
International convention against the 
taking of hostages (1979): Brunei, 
Jan. 50; Cote d'lvoire, Haiti, 
Nov. 79; Kuwait, May 87; Nether- 
lands, Mar. 92; Turkey, Nov. 77; 
Venezuela, Mar. 92 
Israel (Shultz), Feb. 8 
Japanese Red Army, Nov. 64 
Libya (Bremer), Feb. 61, 62, May 75 
Maritime security (Bremer), May 77 
Morocco, joint cooperation in fighting 
against international terrorism, 
organized crime, and the illicit 
production, trafficking, and abuse 
of narcotics, bilateral agreement, 
May 88 
Narcoterrorism: Bremer, Feb. 63; 

Shultz, Jan. 9 
Palestine Liberation Organization 
(PLO): Department, Feb. 53; 
Murphy, Feb. 55; Shultz, Feb. 51 
Pan American Airlines #103, bombing 

(Bremer), May 74 
Prevention and punishment of crimes 
against internationally protected 
persons, convention (1973): 
Bhutan, Apr. 62; Kuwait, June 
69; Netherlands, Mar. 92 
Rule of law: Bremer, May 75; Gor- 
bachev, Jan. 7 (quoted); Shultz, 
Jan. 5 
Security awareness, measures, and 

management (Shultz), Jan. 4 
Sendero Luminoso, Peruvian terrorist 

group, Dec. 49 
Syria (Bremer), Feb. 61, May 75 
U.S. antiterrorism assistance program 

(Bremer), May 77 
U.S. counterterrorism policy 
(Bremer), Feb. 61, May 74 
Textiles: 

Cotton and manmade fiber textiles 
and textile products, trade in, 
bilateral agreements: Costa Rica, 
May 87; Mauritius, May 89; 
Turkey, Feb. 76, Oct. 86 
Cotton textiles, trade in, bilateral 
agreement: El Salvador, Sept. 
93; Nepal, Mar. 93 



Textiles (Cont'd) 
Cotton, wool, and manmade fiber tex- 
tiles and and textile products, 
bilateral agreements: Brazil, Mar. 
92; Hungary, May 87; Macao v 
May 88, June 69; Malaysia, Mar. 
93; Mexico, Mar. 93, May 88, 
June 69; Peru, Feb. 75; Romania, 
May 88 
Exports of certain textile products 
from Uruguay to U.S., bilateral 
agreement, Nov. 80 
GATT trade negotiations issues 

(Hills), June 31 
International trade in, arrangement 
(1973), protocol (1986): Brazil, 
Aug. 89; El Salvador, June 69 
Trade in (certain) textiles and textile 
products, bilateral agreements: 
Burma, Mar. 92; China, Sept. 93, 
Oct. 85; Hong Kong, Mar. 92; 
Jamaica, Mar. 92, May 88; Macao, 
May 88; Pakistan, Jan. 50, Mar. 
93; Sri Lanka, Jan. 51 
Visa system relating to trade in (cer- 
tain) textile products, bilateral 
agreements: Dominican Republic, 
Oct. 85; Indonesia, Mar. 92; 
Jamaica, Macao, Romania, May 
88; Turkey, Mar. 93, Oct. 86; 
United Arab Emirates, June 70; 
Uruguay, Feb. 76, Sept. 94 
Wool and manmade fiber textiles and 
textile products, bilateral agree- 
ment with Romania, Sept. 94, 
Oct. 86 
Wool textiles and textile products, 
visa system for exports to U.S., 
bilateral agreement with Hun- 
gary, Feb. 75 
Thailand: 

Burmese refugees (Lambertson), May 

43 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
May 71, 72, Oct. 59 
Economic development, Apr. 37 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 74, 

76, Mar. 92, Oct. 84, Dec. 57 
U.S. aid, FY 90, request (Clark), 
May 51 
Thatcher, Margaret, Jan. 10 (quoted), 

Mar. 57, Aug. 40 
Thornburgh, Richard, Oct. 79 
Timber: 

International tropical timber agree- 
ment (1983): Gabon, Feb. 74; 
Panama, May 87; Portugal, Dec. 
58 
International Tropical Timber Or- 
ganization (ITTO), tax reimburse- 
ment, bilateral agreement, Apr. 
63 
Togo, treaties, agreements, etc., Mar. 
93, Sept. 93, Oct. 85, Dec. 57, 58 



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Tonga, Pacific island regional fisheries 

treaty (1987), Sept. 93 
Tourism: 
Conference on Security and Coopera- 
tion in Europe (CSCE), follow-up 
meeting, concluding document, 
Mar. 29 
Development and facilitation of 

tourism, bilateral agreement with 
Hungary, Oct. 86 
Trade: 
Conference on Security and Coopera- 
tion in Europe (CSCE), follow-up 
meeting, concluding document, 
Mar. 27 
Coordinating Committee on Multi- 
lateral Export Controls 
(COCOM) policy: Baker, Apr. 30, 
Aug. 13; Wendt, Jan. 20 
East-West (NAC), Feb. 46 
General Agreement on Tariffs and 
Trade (GATT): Feb. 36; Hippler 
Bello, Holmer, Mar. 12, 14; Wal- 
lis, Feb. 31; Whitehead, Jan. 19 
Article VII (customs valuation 
code), agreement (1979), 
protocol (1979), Cyprus, Oct. 85 
Foreign investment issues, Feb. 36 
Intellectual property issues (Hills), 

Nov. 56 
Safeguards for domestic industries, 

Feb. 37 
Tariffs, Feb. 37 

Uruguay Round: Feb. 36; Hills, 
June 30, Nov. 53; Lamb, Feb. 
35; McCormack, July 52 
Global economic integration 

(Whitehead), Jan. 18 
Open multilateral trading system, Or- 
ganization for Economic Coopera- 
tion and Development (OECD), 
final communique, Sept. 82 
Summit of the Arch, economic declara- 
tion, text, Sept. 14 
UN convention on contracts for inter- 
national sale of goods, Vienna 
(1980): Byelorussian S.S.R., Dec. 
58; Denmark, German Democratic 
Republic, May 87 
Trade, U.S.: 
Association of South East Asian Na- 
tions (ASEAN), Apr. 36 
Bangladesh, bilateral agreement con- 
cerning trade in certain apparel 
categories, Jan. 50 
Brazil (Reagan), Jan. 49 
Canada (Wallis), Feb. 31 

U.S.-Canada free trade agreement: 
Chronology, Oct. 4 
Questions and answers, Oct. 4 
Summary of key provisions, Oct. 1 
China: Apr. 35; Bush, May 13; Depart- 
ment, Feb. 26 
East Asia, Apr. 34 



Trade, U.S. (Cont'd) 
European Community: Jan. 24; 
Eagleburger, Oct. 37; Hippler 
Bello, Holmer, Mar. 12; Lamb, 
Feb. 34; Shultz, Feb. 38; Wallis, 
Feb. 31 
Hungary, most-favored-nation status: 
Bush, Sept. 40; White House, 
Sept. 41 
International trade deficit, (Wallis), 

Feb. 30 
Japan: Apr. 34, Sept. 78; Baker, Aug. 
65; Bush, May 9; Hippler Bello, 
Holmer, Mar. 12, 13 
Korea: Oct. 30; Bush, May 20, 21 
Latin America (Shultz), Jan. 11 
Libya (White House), Mar. 71 
Mexico: July 73, 74 (chart); Baker, 
Oct. 77; fact sheet, Dec. 6; Serra, 
Oct. 81; U.S.-Mexico Binational 
Commission, joint communique, 
Oct. 83 
Mexico, safety and wholesomeness of 
fresh and fresh frozen oysters, 
clams, and mussels exported to 
the U.S., bilateral agreement, 
Apr. 63 
Newly industrialized economies, Apr. 

36 
Soviet Union: Baker, Aug. 13, Sept. 
66; Reagan, Feb. 6; Wendt, Jan. 
20, 22 
Steel (Bush), Apr. 28, Oct. 35 
Strategic technology: Baker, Sept. 66; 

Wendt, Jan. 20 
Taiwan (Hippler Bello, Holmer), Mar. 

13 
Thailand, Apr. 37 
U.S. policy: Hills, Nov. 53; Hippler 
Bello, Holmer, Mar. 11; Mc- 
Cormack, July 49 
Uruguay, exports of certain textile 
products to U.S., bilateral agree- 
ment, Sept. 94 
Uruguay Round, trade objectives, 

Feb. 35 
Wine and wine products, market ac- 
cess in Korea, bilateral agree- 
ment with Republic of Korea, 
May 88 
Trade, world, and economic growth 

(chart) Feb. 37 
Trademarks, U.S. trade policy objec- 
tives (Hills), Nov. 57 
Transportation, Conference on Security 
and Cooperation in Europe 
(CSCE), follow-up meeting, conclud- 
ing document, Mar. 29 
Traore, Moussa, Jan. 14, 15 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 50, 
Feb. 73, 74, Apr. 62, Aug. 89, 
Sept. 93, Oct. 36, 62, 85, Nov. 18, 
20, 21, 22, 24, 26 
International Convention on Genocide 
(1948): White House, Jan. 39 



Treaties, agreements, etc. (Cont'd) 
Vienna Convention on the Law of 
Treaties (1969), Solomon Islands, 
Dec. 58 
Trinidad and Tobago, treaties, agree- 
ments, etc., Apr. 62, 63, May 86, 
June 68, Oct. 84, Nov. 80, Dec. 57 
Tunisia, treaties, agreements, etc., June 

68, Dec. 57 
Turkey: 
Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
Oct. 58 
Foreign Relations of the United 
States, 1955-1957, Volume 
XXIV, Soviet Union; Eastern 
Mediterranean, released, July 80 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 76, 
Mar. 93, Sept. 93, Oct. 86, Nov. 
79 
Visit of Secretary Baker: Baker, Yil- 
maz, Apr. 41 



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Uganda: 
Human rights issues (Brown), May 28 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 74, 
76, Apr. 63, Aug. 88 
Ukrainian S.S.R., treaties, agreements, 
etc., Apr. 62, May 87, July 77, 
Aug. 88, 89 
United Arab Emirates, treaties, agree- 
ments, etc., May 86, June 70 
United Kingdom: 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 51, 
Feb. 76, Mar. 92, 93, Apr. 63, 
May 88, June 68, 70, July 76, 78, 
Aug. 89, 90, Sept. 93, Nov. 80 
U.S. relations: Baker, Aug. 42, 43; 

Bush, Aug. 41; Thatcher, Aug. 41 
U.S. visit of Prime Minister Thatcher: 
Reagan, Mar. 57; Thatcher, Mar. 
58 
Visit of Secretary Baker: Baker, 
Howe, Apr. 38 
United Nations: 
Afghanistan, involvement in, Mar. 75, 

86, 87 
Cambodian peace settlement (Baker), 

Oct. 26 
Central American peace agreements, 
mandate: Baker, Department, 
Dec. 53 
Conference for the Adoption of a Con- 
vention Against Illicit Traffic in 
Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic 
Substances, Vienna (1988), text, 
Apr. 49 
Cuba, human rights investigation (Val- 

ladares), Dec. 54 
Disarmament Commission, U.S. posi- 
tion (Burns), Jan. 43 
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United Nations (Cont'd) 

Resolution 43/19 on Kampuchea, 

Feb. 67 
Resolution 43/20 on Afghanistan, 
Jan. 40 
Libyan aircraft shot down by U.S. 

Navy, (Okun), Mar. 90 
Palestine Liberation Organization 
(PLO) and U.S. policy: Baker, 
July 65; Department, July 66; 
Shultz, Feb. 8, 9; Vogelgesang, 
July 65 
Peacekeeping role and activities: 

Bush, Nov. 26, 31; Powell, Jan. 30 
Privileges and immunities, convention 
(1946), Antigua and Barbuda, 
Feb. 75 
Role in world affairs (Bolton), Oct. 74 
Security Council: 
Resolutions 242 and 338 on Israel: 
Murphy, Feb. 55; Reagan, 
Shultz, Feb. 51 
Resolution 435 on Namibian inde- 
pendence: Feb. 15, 16, 19, 21; 
Cohen, Nov. 43 
Resolution 637 on Central American 
peace, Oct. 73 
Security Council members ministerial 

meeting, joint statement, Nov. 66 
U.S. contribution to funding (Baker), 

Apr. 21 
U.S. relations and objectives (William- 
son), Feb. 68 
Universal Declaration of Human 
Rights (1948), 40th anniversary: 
Reagan, Mar. 66; Schifter, Mar. 
59; Walters, Mar. 68; Whitehead, 
Mar. 64; Williamson, Mar. 61 
United Nations Capital Development 
Fund (UNCDF), FY 90, U.S. fund- 
ing, proposed (Vogelgesang), May 
82 
United Nations Children's Fund 

(UNICEF), FY 90, U.S. funding, 
proposed (Vogelgesang), May 81 
United Nations Day, 1989, proclamation 

(Bush), Dec. 53 
United Nations Development Fund for 
Women (UNIFEM), FY 90, U.S. 
funding, proposed (Vogelgesang), 
May 83 
United Nations Development Program 
(UNDP), FY 90, U.S. funding, 
proposed (Vogelgesang), May 81 
United Nations Economic, Scientific and 
Cultural Organization (UNESCO), 
importation of economic, scientific 
and cultural materials, protocol 
(1976), Germany, Federal Republic 
of, Dec. 58 



United Nations Educational and Train- 
ing Program for Southern Africa 
(UNETPSA), FY 90, U.S. funding, 
proposed (Vogelgesang), May 83 

United Nations Environment Program 
(UNEP), FY 90, U.S. funding, 
proposed (Vogelgesang), May 82 

United Nations Fellowship Program 
(UNFP), FY 90, U.S. funding, 
proposed (Vogelgesang), May 83 

United Nations High Commissioner on 
Refugees (UNHCR), Indochinese 
refugee settlement (Eagleburger), 
Oct. 70 

United Nations Human Rights Commis- 
sion (Schifter), Oct. 43 

United Nations Industrial Development 
Organization (UNIDO), FY 90, 
U.S. funding, proposed (Vogel- 
gesang), May 83 

United Nations Transition Assistance 
Group (UNTAG) (Baker), May 29 

United Nations Trust Fund for South 
Africa (UNTFSA), FY 90, U.S. 
funding, proposed (Vogelgesang), 
May 83 
United Nations Voluntary Fund for Vic- 
tims of Torture (UNVFVT), FY 90, 
U.S. funding, proposed (Vogel- 
gesang), May 83 
U.S.S.R. See Soviet Union 
Uruguay, treaties, agreements, etc., 
Feb. 76, May 86, June 68, Sept. 93, 
Nov. 80 



Valladares, Armando, Dec. 54 
Van den Broek, Hans, Sept. 50 
Vanuatu, treaties, agreements, etc., 
May 86, June 68, Sept. 94, Oct. 84, 
Dec. 57 
Venezuela: 

Drugs, narcotic, production, traffick- 
ing, control efforts (Wrobleski), 
Oct. 57 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 74, 
Mar. 92, May 86, June 68, 70 
Vietnam: 
Cambodian occupation and 

withdrawal: Lambertson, May 37; 
Solomon, Nov. 47; Walters, Feb. 
65 
POW/MIAs (Lambertson), May 37 
Refugee resettlement agreement, 
U.S. -Vietnam joint statement, 
Nov. 63 
Treaties, agreements, etc. , May 86, 

Dec. 58 
U.S. relations: Baker, Sept. 62, Dec. 
19; Lambertson, May 37 
Vogelgesang, Sandra L., May 81, July 
65 



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Walker, Edward S., May 61 
Wallis, W. Allen, Feb. 30, Mar. 15 
Walters, Vernon A., Jan. 40, Feb. >65 
War, renunciation of war as an instru- 
ment of national policy, treaty 
(1928), Antigua and Barbuda, Mar. 
92 
Warsaw Pact (Ledogar), May 33 
Conventional armed forces in Europe 
(CFE) negotiations, resumed 
(White House), July 44 
East European reforms (Baker), Dec. 
28, 29 
Weapons, prohibitions and restrictions 
on use of certain conventional 
weapons which may be deemed to 
be excessively injurious or to have 
indiscriminate effects, with 
protocols (1980), Liechtenstein, Dec. 
58 
Wendt, E. Allen, Jan. 20 
Western Samoa, treaties, agreements, 

etc., Feb. 74, Mar. 91, Oct. 85 
Whaling, international whaling conven- 
tion and schedule of regulations 
(1946), withdrawal, Egypt, Feb. 75 
Wheat: 

Food aid convention (1986): Luxem- 
bourg, U.K., Sept. 93 
Wheat trade convention (1986): Bel- 
gium, Dec. 58; Israel, Feb. 75; 
Italy, Portugal, Dec. 58; U.S., 
Sept. 93 
Whitehead, John C, Jan. 18, Mar. 64 
Williams, Richard L., July 48, Oct. 27 
Williamson, Richard S., Feb. 68, Mar. 61 
Wolfe, Edward E., July 56 
Women: 

Convention for elimination of all 
forms of discrimination against 
(1979): Antigua and Barbuda, 
Nov. 79; Libya, Aug. 89; Luxem- 
bourg, May 87; Madagascar, Aug. 
89; Sierra Leone, Feb. 75 
Political rights, convention (1953): An- 
tigua and Barbuda, Feb. 75; 
Libya, Aug. 89 
World Administrative Telegraph and 
Telephone Conference (Borg), Jan. 
33 
World Bank. See International Bank for 
Reconstruction and Development 
(IBRD) 
World Intellectual Property Organiza- 
tion (WIPO), tax reimbursement, 
bilateral agreement, Mar. 93 
World Meteorological Organization 
(WMO), FY 90, U.S. funding, 
proposed (Vogelgesang), May 82 
World Trade Week, 1989, proclamation 

(Bush), July 51 
Wrobleski, Ann B., May 68, Oct. 49 



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Yemen Arab Republic: 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 51, 

June 68 
U.S. aid, FY 90, request (Burleigh), 
May 66 
Yilmaz, Mesut, Apr. 41 
Yugoslavia: 
Foreign Relations of the United 

States, Volume VIII, 1952-1954.. 
Eastern Europe; the Soviet 



Yugoslavia (Cont'd) 

Union; the Eastern Mediter- 
ranean, released, Jan. 53 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Feb. 76, 
May 86, June 69, Oct. 85 



Zaire: 
Profile, Oct. 16 



Zaire (Cont'd) 
Treaties, agreements, etc., Jan. 51, 

Sept. 94 
U.S. visit of President Mobutu: Bush, 
Oct. 15; Mobutu, Oct. 17 
Zambia, sales of agricultural com- 
modities, bilateral agreement, July 
78 
Zimbabwe, convention for suppression 
of unlawful acts against the safety 
of civil aviation (1971), May 86 
Zimmerman, Warren, Mar. 25 ■ 



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